Interview Tips

Browse through our top 5 job interview tips.

This information will give you an advantage when applying for jobs and going through the job interview process in today’s competitive markets.

1. Come prepared
Know yourself – your strengths, weaknesses and accomplishments. A job interview is not the time to wing it! Find out as much as you can about the company online. Your effort will show in the job interview, and you’ll be seen as proactive, hardworking and astute.
2. Exhibit enthusiasm and be self-confident
First impressions, positive or negative, dramatically affect the ultimate evaluation. You can make or break a job interview within the first five minutes. High self-esteem and self-confidence are the hallmarks of the successful individual. With confidence, be able to demonstrate how you have overcome obstacles. There’s nothing wrong with feeling good about yourself.
3. Come prepared for key questions and remain involved
Practice your responses to all the typical questions, such as “tell me about yourself” and “why are you looking for a new position?” How well you speak will have a bigger impact than what you say. The most effective job interviews are those where an active two-way conversation takes place. Not the typical question and answer type. Begin early in the interview to interject your own relevant insight. Remember, don’t interrupt your interviewer.
4. Establish your worth
Discuss your specific accomplishments that demonstrate a proactive attitude. Such as: have you undertaken tasks not relevant to your job, such as trained someone, etc. It’s always important to demonstrate how you either created revenue or saved expenses, and be specific with the amounts and how you accomplished that goal.
5. Know your six key strengths
Be prepared to discuss in detail and with examples your five or six main attributes. These should be the ultimate reason you get the job over someone else. Assuming you have done the proper homework on the company, these strengths should also be closely aligned to the key traits the employer is looking for in a person to fill their position.
I am still with the company they placed me with and extremely happy.
Metro Client Testimonial
Scroll to Top