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Ready for the interview

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Adapted from the next day interview, here's a list of things you should be able to answer Yes to and know you are ready for your upcoming interview.

Adapted from the next day interview, here's a list of things you should be able to answer Yes to and know you are ready for your upcoming interview.

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  • 1. Are you ready for your interview? Answer Yes or No to the following questions and tally your Yeses.
  • 2. Can you talk the talk of the industry, using buzzwords, jargon, and acronyms that are common to the company?
  • 3. Can you give the interviewer at least three reasons why you’re interested in his or her company?
  • 4. Can you list 15 common interview mistakes?
  • 5. Can you readily give at least three examples of items when you did work that wasn’t included in your job description?
  • 6. Can you identify three prominent employment-related successes or achievements you’ve had and talk about your role in them?
  • 7. Can you comfortably give the interviewer at least five good reasons why his or her company should hire you?
  • 8. Do you have a 60-second promotional presentation ready to respond to the question, “Can you tell me a little about yourself?”
  • 9. Do you have a job description for the position and are you able to give three examples of when you’ve used each skill and strength listed in it?
  • 10. Are you confident that you can answer technical questions interviewers ask or pass an employment test?
  • 11. Have you researched the pay scale and benefits packages for people with your skills and experience working in similar positions in your locale?
  • 12. Have you anticipated 10 questions you’ll be asked at the interview and made notes about how you’ll answer them?
  • 13. Do you have a rational and acceptable set of reasons for leaving, or wanting to leave your last job?
  • 14. • Have you practiced negotiating a higher salary and answering the pay expectations question? Getty Images
  • 15. Do you understand the interview methods, styles, and protocols for your particular industry?
  • 16. Can you list 15 of your marketable skills, abilities, and personality traits that make you a good hiring risk?
  • 17. If the interviewer asks you to take a drug test “right now,” would you be willing to do so and would you pass it?
  • 18. Will you immediately follow up after the interview with a thank-you note, letter, or e-mail?
  • 19. Do you have a list of at least five intelligent questions you want to have answered at the interview? (Pay and benefits don’t count.)
  • 20. Do you have a business card that highlights your achievements to leave with the interviewer at the end of the interview?
  • 21. 1 – 5 Yeses, You’re on the porch with the puppies! Better bone up.
  • 22. 6 – 12 Yeses. You’re average. Remember average doesn’t stand out in an interview. Take some time to improve and step out front.
  • 23. 13 – 20 YesesBe confident! You’re running with the big dogs.
  • 24. Interview Success• What you know of the employer, the field, and the company.• Knowing yourself, what you have to offer a potential employer, and why you’re a great fit.• How you present the above information in the pressured environment called the interview.
  • 25. ReferenceNext Day Job Interview

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