Job interviews are a right of passage for young adults and a real pain in the you know what for everyone else. They are preceded by stress, nervousness and uncertainty. The problem is that your prospective employer is looking for certain things out of you and you have no idea what they are. For all you know, they’re looking for a supremely flexible person that can wing certain things and you present yourself as a regimented go getter that will follow company policy to the letter. You’re never going to know for sure but here are 5 tips to help you ace any job interview.Study the prospective companyYou want to make sure you know the company that you’re interviewing for as thoroughly as possible. When did they come into business? How did they grown into what they are now? Most importantly, where do they see themselves going? If you know these things, you’ll be better able to articulate how you fit into their plans.Know the position you’re interviewing forYou’ll want to know the ins and outs of the position you’re up for. For instance, if you’re interviewing for a secretarial position, touch up on your typing and let them know… Read full this story
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