when applying for a job, many people, school graduates in particular, have to have an interview with the employer before they are offered the job. many graduates, however, do not know how to succeed in such an interview. the following are some of the rules to abide by.
to succeed in an interview, the applicant should demonstrate certain personal and professional qualities. since much of the first and lasting impression of a person is the clothes he wears, the applicant should take care to appear well but modestly dressed, avoiding the extremes of too elaborate or too casual clothes. besides, he should pay close attention to his manner of speaking, which should be neither showy nor familiar but rather straightforward, granmatically accurate, and friendly. in addition, he should be prepared to talk knowledgeably about the requirements of the position for which he is applying in relation to his own professional experience and interests. and finally, a really impressive applicant must convey a sense of serf confidence and enthusiasm for work, a factor that att interviewer value highly. the applicant who displays these characteristics, with just a little luck, witt certainly succeed in the typical personal interview.
if you can bear these rules in mind, chances are that you will succeed in a job interview.