Arrive at the interview early.

Do not smoke, eat, drink or chew a gum during the interview, unless the interviewer does these himself and offers you.

Act freely and friendly, but business-like. Start with handshaking (even if you or the interviewer is female), introduce yourself and smile. Be self-confident but not self assured.

Sit slightly leaning forward, from time to time nod and let the interviewer know you are listening attentively and understand himher. From time to time look at the eyes of the person.

Remember that during the interview it is the interviewer who asks questions. Your answers must be true, short but comprehensive.

Be flexible in understanding the company’s interests, but make the interviewer understand what kind of job you prefer.

Talk about your professional skills without exaggeration. The questions and expressions of the interviewer will help you to understand what employee he is looking for. Behave respectively when speaking about your abilities. For example, if you want to be hired for a position of an engineer and the interviewer mentions that that position requires contacts with customers, tell him about your experience in that field. Do not show as if you know everything.

If you haven`t sent resume earlier, show it or your documents, references, personal list, samples of your work or any other material that confirms your words. (Bring the copies of all necessary documents even if you have sent them in advance).

Do not criticize your previous employers, teachers, institutions and colleagues.

Do not tell about your personal, private or financial problems, when he does not ask.

Do not hurry to ask questions until the interviewer asks about it. On the other hand, don’t be afraid to ask for information that interests you.

If the interviewer offers you a job, make sure you have understood your responsibilities.

You should also ask about the possibilities of promotion in the company.

The accurate perception of responsibilities and requirements will help both you and your employer in the future. Be ready to discuss the salary but only after the employer has referred to that point.

The accurate perception of responsibilities and requirements will help both you and your employer in the future. Be ready to discuss the salary but only after the employer has referred to that point.

If you are asked to call or to arrive at one more interview, write down the date, time and the place.

Thank the interviewer. If you are not suitable for the position in that company, ask about other companies that may be interested in your data.
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