If you're interviewing for a "white collar" job, dress appropriately. Don't overdress by appearing as if you're going to a night club, or as if you're going to church on Easter Sunday. Dress conservatively.
A good listener is a humble listener that utilizes perfect timing to speak. He's listening to what the interviewer is saying and allowing her to finish her sentences completely before speaking.
Be prepared for the interview by researching the company and the interviewer if possible. Educate yourself about what the company does, about their successes and selling points. This will allow you to have appropriate and timely questions during and after the interview.
The only way to ask germane questions is to do your homework. If you don't know anything about the company its best not to even ask questions because it will clearly reveal your ignorance.
Its one thing to be confident and the exact opposite to be cocky. Being cocky equates to arrogance and that can rub the interviewer the wrong way. Don't appear desperate for the job. Get plenty of rest the night before. Study and research the company and you will be calm, cool, collected, and not over-confident.
Great list of ways to improve interview skills. H5
As a former recruiter I wholeheartedly concur! High5
Dressing for success is so important in an interview. When I was a boss and hiring, I took in appearance first. If someone was sloppy in dress, I can guarantee I could find a typo on their resume.
I would hire this person!
These are all very good advice when interviewing for a job.
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