Is there a way to tell how the interviewer show interest for you at job interviews?

Asked By: PokerFace - 6/13/2006
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Job interviews are easier for the interviewers and the interviewees if you plan and prepare questions and answers, and use proper interviewing techniques. On this page are job-hunting and job interviews tips, samples of tough interviews questions, and answers, for interviewers and interviewees. There's also an outline... More
Answered By: khanzadha - 6/13/2006
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if you're both laughing a lot, it's probably going fairly well. Usually when you get called in for an interview, you've already got the spot, they're just making sure you're not a piece of shit.
Answered By: tank20760 - 6/13/2006
Answered By: A.C.D - 6/13/2006
Check their body language. They might show genuine interest. Don't focus too much on whether their interested in you - YOU have to show that you're interested in working for them.
Answered By: Ocean - 6/13/2006
- Their torso is angled directly at your torso - They are making eye contact - Their arms aren't crossed - They are asking you additional questions based on what you've said
Answered By: jetgirly - 6/13/2006
You have to be able to read people. There really isn't any one way to tell. Like the "GUN" and "wink". There sometimes are just a way people sat good-bye. All you have to do is cater to what the person wants to hear. Also Make sure you Always send a thank you card after. Say that you appreciate their time and... More
Answered By: mpreshe - 6/13/2006
it's hard to tell. I just went through about 16 interviews before I got the job that I just started last week. I think they try not to show interest so that they can evaluate each interviewee without bias. But there might be little clues, like smiling or mirroring your body language. I think you should be more... More
Answered By: ucd_grad_2005 - 6/13/2006
They are interested in you from the start. That is why they called you in for an interview. It is then up to you to build on that initial interest. It is also a tell tale sign that they like you if they walk you into their boss's office and exclaim, "I've found the one!"
Answered By: Maxshaw - 6/13/2006
Interviewers would usually take more time and questions on the interviewee. Stressful questions are part of psychological and intelectual parameters. Also, they would end up the interview with some positive gestures, e.g. great smile, firm handshake, head nodding and would give another schedule of interview and/or... More
Answered By: Katherine d - 6/13/2006
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