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When interviewing for a job, research the company, avoid fidgeting, maintain eye contact, be respectful to everyone, dress appropriately, do a test run to the interview site, and try to relax. Listen closely, and practice answering job interview questions in order to land a job with help from a professional resume writer and interview skills coach in this free video on job interviews.

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Maybe it's because of David Letterman but people seem to love top ten lists. I'm Shannon Terry, and I'm a resume writer and interview skills coach with Resume Confidence, here to give you my top ten tips for interviewing. Number ten, do your research. The company and position that you seek. Number nine, don't fidget, a friend of mine was fiddling with her ring and it fell off, went underneath the interviewers desk, and the interviewer in her skirt had to crawl underneath the desk to get the ring, not good! Number eight, maintain eye contact with everybody in the room. Number seven, treat everybody you meet with courtesy and respect. A client of mine, unbeknownst to him, met the CEO of the company prior to his interview at the restroom and he really was glad that he had been friendly. Number six, dress appropriately. Enough said there. Number five, test run to the interview site prior to the interview. Number four, breathe, smile and relax, you'll do great. Number three, listen closely, so you make sure that you're answering the question that is actually asked. Number two, I know you're fabulous, but limit your answer to about one minute in length, and the reason I know you can do this, because you are fabulous, is you're going to listen to my number one tip for interviewing, which is practice, practice, practice. I'm Shannon Terry, I'm an interview skills coach and resume writer with Resume Confidence helping you with my top ten tips for interviewing.

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