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In this video men's grooming, style, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of http://www.aaronmarino.com http://www.iamalpham.com and http://www.peteandpedro.com, helps you prepare for your interview by going over the top 10 interview tips. By following these interview tips, you will ensure that you have a great interview and enhance the possibility of landing that job. Job interviews can tough, but these 10 interview tips will make it easier and help ensure you shine!
Top Ten Interview Tips
You've got an interview! The good news is that you already know what to wear. You've done the work and secured the interview, but before you run off, Aaron Marino of alpha m. has some tips to crush your interview.
1. Conduct research granularity about the company so you can talk shop.
2. Research the person with whom you're meeting such as with LinkedIn.
3. Review the 150 most common interview questions.
4. Make friends when you walk into the establishment by being super charming to everyone you meet.
5. Keep your answers short but concise. Don't ramble.
6. Utilize body language with eye contact, posture, way you sit and stand, the way you walk into the room.
7. Bring a portfolio to keep all interview materials along with predetermined questions.
8. Have a list of questions to ask.
9. Sell yourself and shine! Don't be modest; however, be confident. Self promote!
10. Before you walk out of the office, you let them you are the man for the job, want the job, are excited, and want to be part of the organization. Shake hands like a man.
Best question to ask at the end of an interview is (is there any reason why you wouldn't hurt me? ) The reason why this is a good question to ask is if they do have a reason why they wouldn't hire you you can a dress that and then they won't have a reason not to hire you It just makes you look a little bit better than the others applying for the job and it also shows you think outside the Box like this comment if it helps
I got a job interview the day after tomorrow and i'm super nervous since they emailed me saying pre- selection will consist of group interview, iq test and interviews( some i know who went at this company said they conduct 4 interviews and this makes me even worried) . 😣😣😣
This guy sounds like a bloated prick with the mental capacity of a walnut. His voice is already annoying. Doesn't need to be blaring in my ear and not even saying anything worth hearing. Why would anyone hire this Mr. Bean looking ass.
I had a call to go in for an interview at Wendy's and I was asleep and when they called I had 30 minutes to get ready and go. When I got there I smiled and answered the questions as best as I could 😅😐 I hope I get the job... They said I was friendly 🤔....
Conduct research, like fuck am I gonna do that for minimum wage, when an interviewer asks me questions about their company, I say dude Its for minimum wage, I don't care about your company or what it does.
Even if you follow these instructions for the job interview, you can still fail to get the job. I had one friend who applied for an entry level software engineer position at a video game company and a recruiter from that company told that person, "While your resume/qualifications and your interview performance was impressive, we found a more qualified person for the job." My point is even if you follow the instructions in the video, this still does not guarantee getting the job you want but it does increase your chances. Not to mention, if you are applying for a job that requires college education, college educated employers are more strict/selective in their hiring of candidates than employers that do not require college education. I would know because I worked for a company that had myriads of college educated employees. For example, they are looking for candidates who have more than just the right education, licensing qualifications and right number of years of experience. They are also looking at the quality of the experience and the personality traits of the candidates and so on. If a prospective candidate makes one mistake/slip up or more (even minor), they are probably history (figuratively speaking).
It would be a waste of time if you go to an interview before seeing this.
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