Job Interviews

Job Interviews

Finding your dream job is tough these days. Whether you are a fresher or experienced, the job market is as competitive as ever. Even though you have the perfect resume in your hand, even if you are a rank holder, still if you cant make it in the interview its all in vain. Job interview never seems to get any easier. Your chances of getting the job lies on how you perform in the interview, and if you ruined it, you screwed it.

Here are job interview tips to help you to prepare for the interview effectively. Proper preparation can help you to alleviate some of the stress involved in job interviews. The more you prepare, the more comfortable you will be interviewing.


  1. Practice:-Practice answering interview questions and practice your responses to the typical job interview questions most employers ask. Think of actual examples you can use to describe your skills. Providing evidence of your successes is a great way to promote your candidacy. 
  2. Research:- Before you are going for the interview research about the company and its  profile.You can expect this question anywhere – What do you know about us? 
  3. Get Ready:-Make sure your you dress formally and neatly appropriate for the type of firm you are interviewing with. Take extra copies of your resume with photographs. Include a pen and paper for note taking.
  4. Be On Time:-Be on time for the interview. On time means five to ten minutes early.
  5. Stay Calm:-During the job interview try to relax and stay as calm possible. Listen to the entire question before you answer and pay attention.
  6. Make eye contact:-It is very important to maintain eye contact with the interviewer, every time you answer them.
  7. Highlight your skills:-Tell about your positives and how you can be an asset to the organization. When discussing your career accomplishments match them to what the company is looking for. Keep things simple and short.
  8. Say Thank you:-Once the interview is over don’t run away from there just like that , say thank you and shake hands, even if your interview didn’t went well. The interviewer should give you a time frame for when to expect to get a callback, if applicable.

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