What are some job interview tips for teenagers?
I am going to a job interview next monday and this is my first job interview (I'm 17). What are some good tips for a successful interview? The tips I see on the internet are all for professional positions. (That job is in a shop and related to technology... , like Radioshack...)
Asked By: Some0ne - 7/19/2009
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As a middle aged "Old Dude" who has interviewed his share of teenagers I have the following advice... More
Answered By: likurim - 7/19/2009
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lots of facial piercings = no job for you
Answered By: Surf and Snow Account #4 - 7/19/2009
Be respectful when you go into your interview. Make sure you keep eye contact and a strong hand shake. Be honest when you answer questions and don't be too serious.
Answered By: Joe B - 7/19/2009
First and foremost is to show up on time. Dress neatly. And if your primary language is english, use good diction.
Answered By: Pat R - 7/19/2009
No matter what, don't make eye contact, it makes you seem intimidating. Wear LOTS of cologne or perfume.
Answered By: ImGoodHelper!! - 7/19/2009
Be yourself and be as honest aspossiblee. Don't lie on the resima just to impress them because what if there is another person who is better than you for real but you get job because you lied. That would not be cool.
Answered By: Agapes Princess - 7/19/2009
Dress appropriately for the position you are interviewing for. If they all wear shirt and tie, for instance, do the same. Speak clearly. Relax. be calm and confident. To name a few. Good luck to you
Answered By: Comfortably Numb - 7/19/2009
for me, its was being very friendly, mature, responsible, and bright! The first thing they're looking for is an immature kid trying to get a job.just show them your no kid and they'll be too shocked and pleased to let you go! Hope that helps some!! GOOD LUCK
Answered By: Riley - 7/19/2009
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Answered By: John Th - 7/19/2009
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