We’ve all been interviewed before. Make sure you to put your best foot forward when you go in for a job interview. (Seriously, don’t wear your Chucks.)
Here are some good things to know before you head in to the interview: (Click on the picture to make it larger.)
I think the biggest thing to take away from here is to do your homework. I like to think that I can wing it before I head in to an interview, but it’s a big gamble when you are looking for jobs. (And we can’t all be Will Smith.) Take a few extra minutes to poke around the company website and familiarize yourself with company’s mission and brand. It will pay off.
Also, practice the answers to the basic things that you will be asked about.
These include things like, “Tell me a little bit about your self.”
“Why do you want to work here?”
“What can you bring to this company?”
These sound like simple answers, but a lot of people tend to stumble over their words to these seemingly basic things.
Know what the company is about and know what you can bring to the company. It will pay off during your interview.