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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Don't Be Late Job Interview Tips Infographic It is always best to arrive 15-20 minutes earlier to allow time to prepare yourself for the interview and give a good impression. If you live far, a good option to consider is staying at a hotel allowing you to get to the interview on time and avoiding any travel issues. If you are going to be late, make sure you inform the company in advance or as soon as possible. Be Prepared Researching the company and the job description beforehand will show your enthusiasm for the role. Make sure you have the qualifications required in order to impress the interviewer. Researching possible questions before an interview can help to answer questions more confidently and reduce your nerves before the interview. Body Language Body language is a key factor which the interviewer will look for, so maintaining eye contact, smiling and using open gestures are essential. Try not to repeat phrases, use slang or waffle. Dress smart The way you dress has a major impact on what impression you give, so its important that you dress smart. Any questions you rehearse as preparation may not necessarily match what will be asked during the interview, which can leave you hesitating and becoming flustered, so dont over prepare. Answering Questions When answering questions, try to find a way to highlight your key skills, experience and achievements. Make sure you come across as a motivated, enthusiastic and passionate individual. This is your chance to impress the employer and show them that you are the best candidate for this role, so use this opportunity to sell yourself. ??? Q&A !#@% Asking Questions Interviewers are always impressed with candidates who ask questions about topics that may not have been covered in the interview. Dont Over Prepare
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