How to Face a Job Interview? - Basic tips for a Job Interview


How to face a job interview?

(Basics tips for a job interview)

Highlights:
1.       Basics
2.       Why do you want to leave your current position?
3.       What were your grades in school?
4.       What are your salary expectations?
5.     What is your greatest weakness?

This article reveals the right answer to virtually every tough job interview questions and situation – helps you a give a command performance and land the job of your dreams at the pay and benefits you want.

There you are, your palms are sweaty, your voice is shaky and you’re being grilled by a job interviewer. He is throwing questions at you left and right and you are try your best to answer them. But the reactions on his face let off he’s not entirely impressed with you.

Stammering, Nervous, Anxious, Shaky voice, Here is the antidote....

History says, Napoleon used to to win all battles in his tent because he has done all the planning the night before the battle was joined, so that every contingency could be adequately covered.

Interview preparation is exactly similar. You hardly know what will happen in the interview. But by being ready, you can eliminate a lot of uncertainty and hence, know how to react to varied situations.

You get ask a question for which you have no idea how to answer... You stammer, stumble and respond with lame, corny answer. His reaction is clear, you answer wasn’t what he wanted to hear now and you’ve embarrassed yourself.

No matter how nervous you get. How much you sweat. Here you are going to know how to control your nervous anxiety. In fact, look forward to your job interview. Imagine walking into your interview poised, confident, and ready to do a outstanding job. It can certainly happen for you when you use these time tested anxiety reduction secrets. In this part you will know the answers to these burning questions: How to control your fear. How to to use hand gestures to improve your interview performance. Hardly, 1 percent of total population know this. How to avoid using limiting words that sabotage your chances.

First, I would like to tell you about the questions that stumped candidates and give you suggestions on how to better answer them. Also, there will be questions that employers have told me made a difference between an offer and a rejection letter.

1.Why do you want to leave your current position?
If you do not have a substantial reason for wanting to leave, you should not be interviewing. When you are discussing the reason, make sure you do not fall into the negative category listed below on the very next page.

It’s avoidable. I work too hard at any current firm and I want a place where I will not have to put in so much effort. I have reached a plateau where I am and I have heard positive things about your company. (Ask at a different time tje required hours or find out before you schedule the interview.)

- I do not get along with  my boss. I think I could run the firm better. Everyone dislikes him. I like my current position, but I want to leave to explore companies with a different management style.

- I want more money. The position you have available is one in which I know I could do very well. I also believe you are a more substantial company and could offer more opportunity for more future.

- I really like it where I am. I just wanted to see what else was out there. My knowledge of your company is very positive and I am impressed talking to you.

- I don’t want to leave. You recruited me. I came here to explore your company. So far, I am very impressed and am glad I have the opportunity to find out about this position.

2.What were your grades in school?
There is no way to telling them your grades. However, if they are not good, you may oresent in a positive lught. Here are some suggestions:

- While my first two years were not very good, in the last two years I improve substantially.

3.What are your salary expectations?
Try to avoid discussing salary on the first interview. If it is not possible, you should never mention a salary range. The employer only hears the lower number. Here are some suggestions as to things you can say that will not compromise your negotiating ability.

- I am not making this move for money. I am open to hearing what you think is a fair salary for this position.

- I am currently making _______ . I am sure you will make the best offer you can.

- At this time the position is more important to me than the money. If you make me your best offer, I will consider it seriously.

4.What is your greatest weakness?
Be smart qith this question. You are not in your therapist’s office, so mow is not time to confess your problems. Turn this negative question into a positive.

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