THERE IS A WAY YOU CAN ACE ANY JOB IN­TER­VIEW

CityPress - - Careers - This is a sum­mary of Your First Year of Work’s chap­ter on In­ter­view Es­sen­tials

I N T E R– con­tact. This is your chance to make a good first im­pres­sion, so don’t just fire off emails. Make sure you de­liver what the ad­vert asks for. – dress Find out what the dress code is and dress ap­pro­pri­ately. Don’t turn up with loose threads and dirty shoes. – ar­rive on There is no ac­cept­able ex­cuse for be­ing late for an in­ter­view. – get in touch with your in­ner

and put it out there in the in­ter­view. Think of the pos­i­tives about the job if you are not a nat­u­rally en­thu­si­as­tic per­son. – ev­ery­thing you talk about must be

to your in­ter­view, so be pre­pared with in­for­ma­tion on the company. WE LIKE YOU Show en­ergy and en­thu­si­asm at your in­ter­view and you will have the panel eat­ing out of your hand

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