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Job Interview Guide
Do some research on the position and the company that will interview you.
Ask for the description of the job you want to apply for.
Ask for the name of your interviewer.
Check the journey you will make and plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early so that you can review your notes and go to the restroom. Never arrive late or just in time for an appointment.
Make a list of the documents requested.
Bring you official ID with you.
Try to submit the most professional references you have. Reference persons don’t need to be friends, but successful colleagues, supervisors, or bosses you've had in the past. Don’t worry if you do not have any.
Bring an extra copy of your résumé with you.
Identify the skills that will make you stand out from other candidates and prepare a response to the aspects that you consider weak on your résumé.
Consider the following:
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Why do you want to work there?
Why should they hire you?
Why did you leave your last job?
Wear clean and ironed clothes, with discrete colors. If you are a man, wear a suit, or wear a classic dress if you are a woman. Make sure your footwear is clean. Show up with neatly combed hair and finger nails clean and cut. Shave to have a neat look. If you are dressed more formally than your interviewer, say: "Sorry, apparently I dressed too formally."
Have a good attitude.
Show initiative and curiosity.
Explain your interest in the vacancy.
Submit an impeccable job application.
When talking about the the salary, be open to negotiation.
You will hardly impress your interviewer if you stay silent. Show your knowledge on the subject and avoid questions that are too complicated or too generic.
EVERY JOB INTERVIEW YOU ATTEND IS A LEARNING OPPORTUNITY. BE PATIENT AND MAKE THE REQUIRED ADJUSTMENTS. BY FOLLOWING THESE RECOMMENDATIONS, YOU WILL BE BETTER PREPARED FOR THE NEXT INTERVIEW.