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How to succeed in an interview?

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There may be one or more interviews. If it is more, the general procedure is as follows: an initial interview in which he the interviewer collects data to reduce the number of candidates, the real interview where the candidate is judged with respect to the position and a final interview, which usually involved people from the service in are discussed more professional issues, the terms of the employment contract and the date of hire.


During the interview, as a candidate, you will have the opportunity to create a good impression, to gather information that will help you decide if you are still interested in the position and transmit to others confidence in you, that you can perform the work job demands.



Some these steps are here for succeeding in an interview when a placement consultant offers jobs after your career counselling with someone.


1. Prepare for the interview


It is important to prepare for the interview on time. This translates into three main points: collect all the information you can about the company to know the content of the resume you send, so you're able to see it with ease and have prepared answers to common interview questions, which requires some concentration before the interview, from the hand of the candidate. Some examples of these questions: Where do you see yourself in 10 years from now? Why should we choose you over another candidate? What are attracted to work in the renewable energy sector; What salary are you waiting for?


2. To get there on time


To get to part of the interview exactly the time that you were told, or a few minutes ago, not more. Do not delay; it will cause bad impression, which will hardly be forgotten.


3. Make sure your appearance


No partner, where the appearance of employees is very important and it is advisable to appear for the interview dressed well and discreetly, without explosives perfumes, make-up and weird hairstyles.


4. Feeling optimistic about your chances


Confidence Building to show to interview that you feel optimistic about your chances. Please note that if you have called this happened because you have something that intrigued, for this and should support your choices. And if you do not have professional experience? Like we said, if you are called for an interview it is because you have something that intrigued, this is why you should go to the interview having confidence in yourself and trust in what you say and what you can accomplish in the future. The most important advantage of recent success is the expression of interest, desire, hope and proving incentives for the position. Trust in your abilities and capabilities and how they have achieved so far.


5. Let him who takes the interview takes initiatives


Exchange handshake if offered to you, sit when and where you say hello and him with his name. Remember the names of those they interview during it.


6. Physical location


Try to sit in the natural position, neither too rigid nor inclined forwards nor completely loose. Syntrofepste your answers with the necessary but not excessively moving your hands and try to avoid some tics such as touching of the hair or earrings as such moves indicate nervousness and insecurity.


7. Be careful with the tone of your voice and the pauses


Do not speak too quickly, and to respect the pauses and listen to the person who takes the interview. Also do not rush to answer.


8. Maintain eye contact


To look him in the eyes, that gets you the interview and try to smile slightly as a smile helps create a relaxed and positive atmosphere. If you are interviewing several people, for all, although the question can be asked only by one of them.


9. Watch the language you use


Use vocabulary to match the position for which you have applied. Try not sound pompous but instead use technical words. Use positive suggestions that you express confidence in him and in your motives. For example, "I'm sure I can cope with these tasks," "I am very interested to work in this field." Avoid using negative impact proposals as "the problem is ..."


10. Not false


In any case. Keep in mind that the person interviewing you will not only judge the knowledge and abilities and your character. If he / she becomes aware that trying to tell a lie (and you will understand anyway) would have caused a very bad impression, that will make you fail in this position and any other possible job in the same company.


11. If you have any doubt about the position or the chances it offers to express


This normal that your interviewer will ask questions that he / she has prepared and will ultimately offer you the chance to express any doubts you have about. Use this advantage to ask some additional questions about the position. If you have no doubt you can thank them and say that you have explained everything and that you do not have a question.

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