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1. Texting during your interview is not only rude and disruptive, but it’s a pretty clear message that getting the job is not your top priority.
2. Don’t set very high expectations even if your interview went very well, do keep in mind rejection and prepare for it.
3. During interview try to speak in English with good pronunciation.
4. Don’t carry too much things with you in interview room. It will show you unorganized.
5. Prepare a reference list, whether you think you will be asked for it or not.
6. Use the words kindly, thank you, please. It will leave a good impression on your interviewer.
7. When first reading your resume, ignores typos and think about the overall message your resume is sending.
8. Your resume should get very specific (particular) when giving your accomplishments (act, achievement, deed). Talk facts, figures and numbers.
9. The more truthful you are on your resume, the better you will be to discuss your past experience during your interview.
10. Conduct as many informational (knowledge) interviews as possible with personal contacts (communicate with) to gain confidence (trust, belief, faith).
11. The interviewer really does not need to know your whole life story (describe the whole life). Keep your answers succinct (concise, short, brief, compact), to the point and focus.
12. You should always have some questions (to ask for it) for your interviewer to demonstrate (indicate, signify, signal, reveal, bespeak) your interest (attention, absorption) in the position.
13. Plan your route, allowing extra time for any unexpected (sudden, abrupt, surprising, unannounced) delays (make late, slow up/down) and get everything you need to take with you.
14. Make sure your shoes are polished, your clothes fit correctly and that your accessories (extra, attachment, addition) are subtle (change or distinction). It gives a good impression (feeling, opinion).
15. When you go for interview wait until you offered a chair before sitting. Sit upright (strictly honorable or honest) and always look alert and interested.
16. Do not get sidetracked (distracted from important issue) and start talking about your personal life your spouse (a husband or wife), your home life or your children.
17. When you go for interview, it is imperative to look professional and polished. Your attire may vary based on the position you are applying for.
18. Be prepared. Update your CV now and continue to update it regularly.
19. Pick the right tools. Doing short time courses (for experience) with certification tests (give strength to your resume) might add valuable weight (helpful, of use, of help) to your CV.
20. It’s understandable that some of your older experiences (participation in, contact with) may be hard to recall (remember, recollect). Review (analysis, evaluation, assessment) the facts before your interview.
21. If you are truly dedicated to the job, your dedication will not go unnoticed.
22. In your resume highlight your current skills and certifications which are applicable to the job.
23. Before appearing to an interview do a little bit research about the company.
24. Never underestimate the importance of making a good first impression.
25. Maintain eye contact with your potential employer, and pay attention throughout the entire interviewing process.
26. Your dream job might show up anytime. Always keep your CV updated, and continue to update it regularly.
27. A job, even a great or a fantastic career | job doesn’t give your life meaning or not give you hopeless, at least not by itself.
28. Keep up current news in your field. Read articles and blogs keep your knowledge updated
29. Support statements about yourself with examples. It adds legitimacy to your claims. Without them, the interviewer won’t accept as valid.
30. Don’t appear desperate. Don’t try these words, When you interview with “Please, please hire me”, Don’t don’t try it, you appear desperate (hopeless) and less confident.
31. It is important to bring energy, interest and enthusiasm (eagerness, keenness) to the interview and to ask questions, but do not overstep (beyond or exceed) your place as a candidate looking or a job.
32. Be enthusiastic (eager, keen) about your career | job and what you have achieved (attain, reach), but avoid unnecessary (not needed) detail.
33. Don’t think of the interview as applying for a job (be prepare for it). Think of it as doing an investigation (inquiry, inspection) to see if the organization or company or even the industry is right for you when applied for a job.
34. Discus your specific accomplishments (achievement, act) that demonstrate a proactive attitude. (Energetic, driven)
35. Smile and say hello to everyone. A positive reaction from the support staff as an important factor in the evaluation.
36. Try to relate your answers to the interviewer and his or her company.
37. If you are employed, focus on what you want in your next job.
38. Relax and remember that this ‘meeting’ is important as much for as it is for your interviewers.
39. Try to predict the questions your CV may prompt and have confident answers to those questions.
40. Be aware of your body language and stay focused, listening politely to what the interviewer has to say and be positive and enthusiastic.