Job interviews are that part of the hiring procedure that can either make or break your career. It is twice as difficult as finding a job post.
So why do most falter even though all the questions at the interview are standard and easy to answer? It is lack of preparation, the fear factor, over-confidence, or probably a mixed effect that does not allow job candidates to flourish.
Becoming anxious, panicking at the last moment or being edgy while on the hot seat can bring out all the wrong moves you had never planned. To avoid the last minute nausea, churning stomach and sweaty palms, here are some job interview tips that can help you stay calm and poised throughout the job interview session.
If you think you are smarter than your current job position, quit the job. Nobody has ever won by compromising with life. The best time to decide what you should do to get what you’ve been made for was the time you first saw your dream.
Non verbal gestures i.e. your body language is an important deciding factor when it comes to getting hired. It can affect the recruiter’s decision to a great extent and most of the times create an unchangeable impression in their minds.
You have absolutely no idea how the two simple words “thank you” can be the key to an alluring job offer. A mere thank you changes the impression of a person about you and it can definitely evict some negative thoughts if any harbored by the recruiter.
There is no short-cut to ace a job interview. It is proven that a good amount of practice, preparation and sharp intelligence during the interview pave the way to success.
In many cases it’s been seen that job candidates, who choose to negotiate their salary and do it quite effectively, are regarded as front-runners in their job career. Salary negotiation is an art and every candidate should learn this.