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Prepare for a Job Interview

Do you have a job interview on your schedule? There are a number of steps you can take before (and after) the interview to ensure that you make a terrific impression during the interview. Here's how to research the job and company, how to practice interview questions and answers, how to dress for the interview, how to follow up after the interview, and more interview preparation tips.

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Analyze The Job

An important part of interview preparation is to take the time to analyze the job posting if you have it. As you review the job description, consider what the company is seeking in a candidate..

Make a list of the skills, knowledge, and professional and personal qualities that are required by the employer and are critical for success in the job.

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Make a Match

Once you have created a list of the qualifications for the job, make a list of your assets and match them to the job requirements...

Create a list of up to 10 of your assets that match the requirements of the job. These might include skills, qualities, certifications, experiences, professional qualifications, abilities, computer skills, and knowledge bases.

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Research the Company

Before you go on a job interview, it's important to find out as much as you can about not only the job but also the company. Company research is a critical part of interview preparation.

It will help you prepare to both answer interview questions about the company and to ask the interviewer questions about the company. You will also be able to find out whether the company and the company culture are a good fit for you..

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Practice Interviewing

Take the time to practice answering interview questions you will probably be asked during a job interview. This will help give you a chance to prepare and practice answers, and will also help calm your nerves because you won't be scrambling for an answer while you're in the interview hot seat...

Practice interviewing with a friend or family member ahead of time and it will be much easier when you're actually in a job interview.

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