Everything you've read or heard about the job interview is true. They can be scary. You will be nervous. You won't have an answer on the tip of your tongue to every question asked. You will think of the best answers a half hour after you've left the building.
There are ways to help the interview go well. Preparation is the key to success. Here are some tips on what to do and what not to do during an interview.
When the interview is over, thank the interviewer, express interest in the position, and explain why you have the skills for it. Send the interviewer a thank you note or e-mail for the time they spent talking to you. Use their name and spell it correctly on any correspondence.
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