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Interviews, and How to Ace Them.

Interviews can be nerve-wracking. From meeting your potential employer in person, to it being the gateway to your new career, you may think that there’s a lot to wrap your head around. But what if I told you that this wasn’t the case! What if interviews were actually much simpler? Well, look no further… here are some great tips for acing your interviews!

Dress the Part.

First impressions always count! To make a good one, make sure you’re dressed appropriately. Look into the company’s policies on dress code and consider what would be a good look. Would this be a suit, or more smart casual? Regardless, ensuring you maintain a well-presented appearance, you should create a better first impression.

Do your Research.

Knowing as much as you can about the company before you go for an interview is sure to be a confidence boost. From learning their values and practices to ensuring you’ve properly read the job description and researched competitors; this can give you a boost in terms of answering their questions!

Show an Interest.

Remember: the interview is not an interrogation but a two way process. You can also ask them about what it’s like working there, any questions about the role you’re going for and have a bit of a fun chat with them too! Getting along well with the interviewer is usually a good sign – don’t be afraid to have a laugh with them.

Be Confident in Yourself.

The interviewer wants to get to know you, and what you’re looking for. So, make sure you be yourself! Be positive about your skills and abilities you can offer and show that you’re confident you would be a good team fit.

Keep in mind that not every interview will go the way you planned. As you go through your job seeking journey, each interview adds to your experience and can give you an opportunity to learn new things. You have the skills and knowledge to get the job you’re after – soon enough, you won’t just be navigating interviews, you’ll be owning them. Good luck!