What are some tips when going for a job interview?

for example type of clothing or things to say and what not to say please help.

Asked By: Kristina4uxox - 6/25/2006
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Like many career advice experts, Steve Fogarty, staffing partner at Waggener Edstrom, says candidates should research a company thoroughly before an interview. And if the company is a private firm, that's not an excuse to skip doing your homework... More
Answered By: dbf32771 - 6/25/2006
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I allways dress nice for the interview. Refrain from asking how much money you'll make and concentrate on the company and its profile. Ask easy questions but make sure you come off as being interested in the company.
Answered By: scrambled-molecues - 6/25/2006
just put smile like in your avatar....
Answered By: Aq-Phx - 6/25/2006
Try out these websites - they have practice interviews and a lot of pertinent info. Good luck!
Answered By: babycakeys122 - 6/25/2006
1. wear a formal black suit, preferably with a skirt. 2. try to show your qualities, but do not exaggerate 3. be positive. 4. be relaxed. 5. be confident. Good luck!
Answered By: Sunshine - 6/25/2006
Be early to the interview but no earlier than 15 mintues. Dress in a nice professional outfit. Be honest with your answers. Do not tell them what you think they want to hear. Carry a copy of your resume with you to hand to them in case they do not have thier copy handy. Look them in the eye when answering questions... More
Answered By: tinafightsfire - 6/25/2006
be confident... More
Answered By: trinie - 6/25/2006
wear the shortist things u have ever and try to smile all the Time :)
Answered By: ema - 6/25/2006
Companies are looking for people to solve their problems? They will hire you, if they truly believe in your ability to help them... More
Answered By: JThinker ♥'s Lin - 6/25/2006
Well, from my experience, its good to impress the interviewer whenever you can. Either by being such a smart talkative person, or at some cases, sexually attractive. Hey, no offense.
Answered By: voice.from.above - 6/25/2006
Depends on what you are going for. In general, dress professionally. Study well the company where you are going to be interviewed....such as products they make etc. Be prepared to answer questions such as what makes you better than other focus on your strengths...espeically the ones that coincide... More
Answered By: chestnuts4free - 6/25/2006
I think that there aren't many things that you sould know when you applying for a job.But some are important .it depends what kind of job is and how much do you need or want to start working. First you should be dressed appropriate for the interview and should be in as much as good looking because the first sight is... More
Answered By: blago d - 6/25/2006
Most important is that an interview is two ways, so make sure you ask as much as you answer. Also be prepared! you never have a second chance to make a first impression, so show that you have invested time to learn whatever info is available about the company and/or industry. Also, have an idea of what you are looking... More
Answered By: b_haber - 6/25/2006
u need to be formal try out ladies suit with skirt the ladies really looks hot tie ur hair back side i mean roll it dont go for extra make up on ur face pink lipstick will suit so try pink makeup other than that if u need to know more abt ur beauty email me anytime here to reply u
Answered By: snake - 6/25/2006
1. Dress for success - in a nice, smart business suit, pref w/ a skirt... More
Answered By: Debster92 - 6/25/2006
First young lady just relax. Ask yourself what can i do to help this operation, then tell them your answer with confidence. Do not over dress because you will be stressed out on trying to top yourself from then on, just look classy this is a look that will never go out of style. Keep in the back of your mind that if... More
Answered By: mjoyner13 - 6/25/2006
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