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10 best interview tips to live by

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“Look for the information that you can weave into the conversation,” says Foggle. (“I was excited to see your CEO talk about your company’s commitment to innovation on CNBC.”)

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Foggle says some job seekers make the mistake of donning distracting attire. “Don’t do anything to the extreme, unless you know that that’s the culture at the company,” she cautions. “Wearing too much perfume, too much makeup, too many designer logos—those are the things you want to avoid.”

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  • Several copies of your resume. You may meet more employees that you originally expected to, says Rachel Loock, a career coach at the University of Maryland.
  • Business cards. Providing a business card allows you to establish yourself as a professional....

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The last thing you want to do is show up late (or not at all ), says Martin, so get to the building 10 to 15 minutes before the interview. Moreover, “having extra time means you can take a few...

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The hiring manager will want to see that you’re passionate about your field and the job that you’re applying for, so bring some energy to the room. “A firm handshake and plenty of eye contact demonstrate confidence,” Martin adds. “Speak distinctly in a confident voice, ev...

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Learning how to listen —really listen—is a powerful thing. Some ground rules to follow: don’t interrupt when the other person is talking; maintain good eye contact, lean forward, and face the speaker directly; and put a...

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The purpose of a job interview is for the interviewer to assess your skills,” says Tucker, “and anecdotes serve as affirmations that provide proof that you actually have the skills th...

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Hiring managers often conclude job interviews by giving the candidate a chance to ask them questions . While you may be tempted to skip this part and run for the exist, it would be a terrible mistake. Take...

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Following up is a critical part to getting hired, yet it's often overlooked. The goal, Foggle says, is two-fold: to stay top-of-mind and restate your interest. For example: “Hi Tom, I’m just writ...

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