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Do's and Don'ts for the job interview

  • DO arrive before the appointed time. This will give you a chance to relax.
  • DO act polite but not over polite. "Yes Sir," "No Sir," and "Thank You" can appear to insincere if used too frequently.
  • DO act confident but not over-confident.
  • DO shake hands firmly and stand until offered a chair.
  • DO thank the employer for the interviewing you.
  • DON'T use the interviewer's first name unless asked.
  • DON'T take anyone with you to the interview.
  • DON'T smoke or chew gun, even if the interviewer does.
  • DON'T tell a prospective employer about other companies that turned you down.
  • DON'T apologize for lack of experience or training; stress your strong points instead, such as you ability to learn quickly, assume responsibility, etc.
  • DON'T watch the clock.
  • DON'T ask to use the company telephone.
  • DON'T put anything on the interviewers desk.
  • DON'T mention influential friends or acquaintances in the organization.
  • DON'T try to be funny.
  • DON'T make elaborate promises.
  • DON'T plead for a job.
  • DON'T hang around after the interview.
  • DON'T forget: You are the winning candidate for the job!!!

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