When you go to the interview.
When you go to the interview make sure you present yourself appropriately to your prospective employer. This covers the basic things like ironing your clothes, polishing your shoes, comb your hair. If your feeling good about how you appear, that presents itself to those around you. When you meet your interviewers
? Attempt to be relaxed when you get to an interview, if you behave in a polite relaxed manner people have a inclination to be comfortable around you.
? When you initially meet your potential employer make sure you smile and keep a positive outlook throughout your interview.
? Shake hands firmly, but don?t try to crush their hand or give a weak handshake that feels like some kind of wet cloth.
? Try not to cross your arms and legs, as this is a sign that you are feeling defensive.
? Ensure you speak clearly, don?t cover your mouth with your hand, chew gum or talk to loudly or quietly.
? Give eye contct to the interviewers.
? When sat down be attentive leaning slightly forward and upright.
? At the end of the interview, ask the interviewer whether they could give you an idea ofhow long you should expect to wait to get an answer from them.
The interview is over, now what?
Ensure you think about how the interview went, write down things you feel didn?t work, so you can look back, if you have to. Keep searching for, and applying to, work that you want, so that you don?t lose time, hanging around for a reply from the initial company. If you don?t get the job, look at how you were in the interview, but don?t take it personally there are lots of jobs out their and you will find the right job for you. Keep going and don?t loose heart.