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There is no single list of job
Know the Basics
There are some basic questions that, if not specifically asked, should be communicated by you at some point in the
- Tell me about yourself – Be prepared with a short, concise overview of who you are and what you do.
- Why do you want to work for our company? – Assuming for the minute that you would not be interviewing if there was not some interest, do your homework on the company (and the interviewer) before arriving.
- Why should we hire you? – This is where you go into your prepared pitch on your skills and experience and how they align to both the position and the company.
- The endless list of basic interview questions – Again, there is no definitive list of questions for which you can be prepared, but the following links will help you in your preparation:
Dress for the Part
Sounds basic, but you would be surprised what some people wear to an
- Tips to Dress the Part for the Interview
- 6 Interview Techniques You Need to Know
- How to Dress for an Internship Interview
Like everything in life, it is better to be in control than to be controlled. To the extent possible (without being rude or too aggressive), try to keep the
Research the Company
You really need to learn as much as possible about the company where you are going to interview. With the Internet at your fingertips, this should not be a problem. You can also leverage sites like LinkedIn.com and ask people that work at the company. The following links should help:
- How to Research a Company Online Before Your Job Interview
- How to Build a Job Search – Company Research Revisited
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