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It can get stressful job searching after failing and being rejected from countless interviews, especially if you have attended more interviews than you can count. When you are at the point of meeting a new interviewer on a regular basis, it can feel like you will never have any success. Luckily it doesn't ’t always have to be like that, In this article I will share with you some good tips on job interviews that will help you at your next interview.

Show up early to your interview at least 10-15 minutes before your actual scheduled time, this will show the interviewer that you are reliable and that you are very interested in the job. Just remember no interviewer will consider someone who is late or not on time for an appointment. If you are running a little late or if you feel like you might not be able to make the interview on time you might as well not go.

When you receive a phone call telling you that you a got a job interview make sure you remember the person's name of whom is going to be conducting your interview, as soon as you walk in the door greet the interviewer with a firm handshake and a smile and in a low tone of voice. Remember it only takes the first few seconds for a person to like someone. So you want to be able to get in a comfort zone with the interviewer as soon as possible, as most employer's will never hire someone they don't like.

Use body language to show you are interested in the job, this can be difficult for some people, using the correct body language is a way for an employer to like you, never fold your arms as this can be a body signal of deceiving behavior, same goes when crossing your legs, make as much eye contact as possible when talking to an interviewer and avoid looking away as this can mean that you are not interested in the job. Never smoke before your interview as it will give a scent of nicotine within the room and less impressions on the interviewer.

Using the above good tips on job interviews will get you closer to the results you want, remember to show up early and on time to prove you are good at punctuality, remember who you will be interviewed by and the interviewers name and details. Use appropriate body language and avoid bad body language such as folding and crossing arms and legs, especially if you use the above good tips on job interviews.


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