How to Prepare for a Job Interview

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Successful job interview tips! Do what you can to prepare for a job interview in this free video on how to prepare for and have a good job interview.

Part of the Video Series: How to Interview for a Job
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Video Transcript

We are discussing how to have a successful interview. Right off the bat, preparation is key. Phil, thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me. So, I know you've probably had a chance to look at our company online. Did you have any questions. Um, uh, a couple of questions, I know that you were formed in nineteen seventy five and you have about a hundred offices across the country, and uh.. Okay. That's about all I really got a chance to look at. Okay, well, since you didn't have a chance to do that before you came in, we'll just, we'll kind of go over later with that in brief. Alright, if you don't mind I would love to give your resume to another supervisor here. I let them know that I was conducting an interview, do you have an extra. I actually just brought the one. Okay, okay, well I'll just get, I'll make a copy, okay, and I'll get that done for you. Okay. Okay. It's important that the candidate be prepared. You can see how awkward, and how unstable the interview is right off the bat when there's no preparation involved. They're stammering, you're confused as to why they're not prepared. Immediately the person being interviewed is wondering are they even serious about it. So as a candidate, get online, read, read, read, read. Know the company, know their vision, know their values, know the position, know as much as you can possibly learn. The internet is endless as we all know so use that as a great tool. Resumes, always print more resumes than you think that you'll need. If you know you're meeting with one person, bring three. If you're meeting three, bring six. More than likely they're going to want to pass it around, or somebody may pop in the office, and if you don't have a resume, you know, to hand them, it isn't going to look incredibly professional. So carry a portfolio, and stack it full of resumes, so that you'll be ready to go.


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