Thursday, August 20, 2009

10 Ways to Be Liked in Your Job Interview

Maybe this can help some of you out in your job interview....

1. Don't be a "smiley face."
2. Don't be a small-talker.
3. Don't sweat.
4. Don't be a road block.
5. Don't be petty.
6. Don't be a liar.
7. Don't be a bad comedian.
8. Don't be high-maintenance.
9. Don't be a time-waster.
10. Don't be a switchblade.


Employment Coach said...

What exactly is a switchblade?

Michael said...


A technical experience job interview question seeks to establish whether or not you have the scientific expertise, training and experience to handle the required tasks of the job. This kind of question will depend heavily on the kind of industry you are in. A common example of this kind of job interview question is a case study, which asks the candidate to explain on the steps he or she would take to solve a common business problem or execute a routine business action. This kind of question is hard to prepare for. In general, either you have the technical skills or you don't. It is helpful, however, to review any training materials or books you can find so that your information is fresh in your head before the interview.