by Michelle J. Murchison

All of us have some skills that might actually put us into a position for work. Some have an outstanding resume that will help them land a job but most of the time, it’s those people who know how to answer the questions during the interview that really lands the job and not those who have the full-packed resume.

Research the general details of the company. The higher the knowledge you have about the company and how it works the more chances you will have an idea on what the company is looking for inside its workforce which lets you prepare what you skills you need to have for you to grab that job.

Prepare your personal information and write them on your resume. Be prepared to defend the things that you write on your resume as people will be asking you about it. Always be prepared.

Prepare your choice of wardrobe carefully. There will be times that the company will ask you to dress in a formal attire while others would simply want you to wear something casual. Be on the lookout for other applicants that have this information.

Try to look for someone who is working inside the company. An employee will have an idea what the company is looking for and what the company is about. Take your time to search for someone who has been working long enough to know what is going on inside the company.

Always have eye contact when you are having your interview. Say what you mean and deliver your answer in a calm cool manner. If the interviewer notices that you are a bit nervous, chances are, he will think that you are not able to compose yourself during tough situations.

List down the possible questions that might be asked during the interview. Most of them will include the reason why you want to work for the company and how will the company be able to help you reach for your aspirations.

Do some practice interview with your friends. This will help you prepare physically, mentally, and emotionally. Let your friends comment on how you were able to do the interview and point out what are your flaws and what areas you need to focus on.

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Here is a great video with some additional tips to help with the interview questions: