What are the best Tips for Being Better at Job Interviews?

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    #1Stay confident

    Stay confident

    Trust yourself. You don't have to be afraid. The company is looking for someone who covers their needs, and you are looking for a good job. You can help each other, so don't take it as something to be scared of, but as a business exchange. They hire you, you cover their needs. 

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    Charlotte Ding
    Written on October 30, 2017
    "In my opinion, staying confident is the absolute best tip anybody could give for being better at job interviews. I know that by being confident in myself is the only way I will be able to prove myself and my abilities to any future employers."
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    #2Be concise

    Be concise

    You don't have to give your interviewers a detailed background of how you would solve any situation at work. Just go straight to the point and focus on what really matters. Short sentences are quite helpful for job interviews. 

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    Andrea Pierce
    Written on November 19, 2017
    "This is a great tip and one I'm trying to practice as I interview. It's so easy to start rambling and then you come off as unprepared. This is one thing I think interviewers try and trip you up with; they stay silent and you get nervous and start rambling. Keep this tip in mind!"
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    #3Sell yourself

    Sell yourself

    You have to know you are valuable, and you have to make your interviewers know it too! They are thinking about recruiting you, so don't be afraid of letting them know that you are great doing your job.

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    Howard Tran
    Written on November 2, 2017
    "Before I go for any interview,I always prepare myself well because I do not like appearing bad.I value tips a lot because they never disappointing me and all I need to do is to sell myself ad this gives the interviewers a good impression.I have never gone wrong with this."
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    #4Be earlier in the location

    Be earlier in the location

    Staying a few minutes earlier at the office has a very simple purpose: don't make your interviewers wait for you. It's a job interview, you can wait a few minutes sitting in the hall. 

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    Russell Scott
    Written on October 26, 2017
    "Very simple but important information. If you are late for your interview, you will probably be late for your job. No one wants to hire someone with attendence issues."
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    #5Study the company

    Study the company

    What do you know about your company? One of the most asked questions in job interviews. But you don't have to study the company just for answers this opening question. Knowing the background of the enterprise will help you to understand the scope of the job you are opting for. 

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    Annie Hao
    Written on November 2, 2017
    "I WAS LOOKING FOR ANOTHER JOB. THEREFORE, THIS TOPIC REALLY GAVE ME GREAT SUGGESTIONS ABOUT WHAT QUESTIONS I COULD EXPECT WHILE ON AN INTERVIEW. I LEARNED A LOT OF NEW THINGS ABOUT WHAT SHOULD BE DONE ON AN INTERVIEW ALSO, SO, TO ANYONE OUT THERE JOB SEARCHING, THIS ARTICLE IS GOOD TO PREPARE YOU. I LOVED IT."
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    #6Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?

    Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?
    Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google? is a book by William Poundstone. It is full of brain teasers and riddles that Google and other tech companies use during job interviews, determined to see how the person's mind works.
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    Ashley Myers
    Written on March 26, 2018
    "This will help you learn how to make a great impression at job interviews and let you learn how to work your brain better. This is good for people who want to work hard and get a great career."

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Best What are the best Tips for Being Better at Job Interviews
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Stay confidentOther 10 Paid
2Be conciseOther 6 Paid
3Sell yourselfOther 5 Paid
4Be earlier in the location Other 2 Paid
5Study the companyOther 1 Paid
6Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?Books 0 Paid
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