How to succeed in a job interview
Out lines: (1)The positive role played by interview in the job-seelcing process.
(2)The factors contributing to the success of interview.such as manner,behavior,ability,potential,contvibution,responsibility,self-confidence,enthusiasm.
Requirement:you're supposed to develop this piece in a ccondance with the given outlines.(in 120).
When you make it to an interview, perhaps one of the most important things to remember is that there is no real downside from here on, so long as you have done the preparation. Hopefully, you will end up getting the job, but even if you don't, you're getting valuable practice in doing interviews. Remember that practice definitely works to your advantage. Never let yourself become jaded, complacent, or pessimistic just because you've been to a few interviews without getting the job .
That said, it can be difficult to know how to present yourself,especially when different sources offer contradictory advice. One employment agency's website may advise you to maintain strong eye contact with the interviewer, use a firm hand shake, and rehearse answers to common questions beforehand. The next may talks about employers being turned off by the mechanical eye contact, crushing handshake, and scripted answers of candidates who just read a "How to succeed in a job interview" manual.
There are some things on which there seems to be common agreement, including:
Be on time, and be well and neatly dressed and groomed.
Maintain good posture at all times, whether seated, standing, or walking (without overdoing things to the point of appearing false or mechanical).
Be enthusiastic, positive, and engaged. Do not appear apathetic, bored, or sullen.
Make sure you have done your homework on researching the company in general, and the position in particular.
Have at least a couple of questions you would like to ask about