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Do your home-work well before a job interview

Why prepare for a job interview
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Why prepare for a job interview

Text: Economictimes.com

Preparing for a job interview is a tricky task. Make sure you do your home work to ensure that the job you are applying for is apt for you! Here are some key points to keep in mind

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Seek answers to your queries
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Seek answers to your queries

Two-way conversations are more productive than the one ended conversation, hence prepare some queries. It is good to seek some answers and be informed about the place you might work at. Be well informed about the job profile, company, and work-related issued.

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Know your job well
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Know your job well

Read the job description very carefully. Once you know the tasks to be performed, highlight your skills that are needed for those tasks. Doing your homework will help you speak well about your skill set and say how it matches the said job.

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Arrange all documents
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Arrange all documents

Though everything works on e-mails these days, don't forget to carry a hard copy of your documents. Arrange everything before the big day so that you don't panic at the last moment. Be well-organised, as this is one of the desired skills that employers look for in a candidate.

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Body Language
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Body Language

Body language plays an important role in getting job. It is one aspect which is avoided by many interviewees but it can be a bonus if worked well. Spare sometime to prepare on your conduct; right posture, eye contact, firm handshake, confidence etc might work well for you to get that job

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Know the interviewer and the company
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Know the interviewer and the company

Knowing someone before-hand gives you an idea about how tough your interview. While your are well informed about the company and the interviewer, you feel less stressed/pressured

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