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  • The Interview
  • What to Wear?
  • Mens Interview Attire * Suit (solid color - navy or dark grey)* Long sleeve shirt (white or coordinated with the suit) * Belt * Tie * Dark socks, conservative leather shoes * Little or no jewelry * Neat, professional hairstyle * Limit the aftershave * Neatly trimmed nails * Portfolio or briefcase
  • Womens Interview Attire * Suit (navy, black or dark grey)* The suit skirt should be long enough so you can sit down comfortably * Coordinated blouse * Conservative shoes* Limited jewelry (no dangling earrings or arms full of bracelets) * No jewelry is better than cheap jewelry * Professional hairstyle * Neutral pantyhose * Light make-up and perfume * Neatly manicured clean nails * Portfolio or briefcase
  • What Not to Bring to the Interview * Gum * Cell phone * Ipod * Coffee or soda* If you have lots of piercing, leave some of your rings at home (earrings only, is a good rule) * Cover tattoos
  • Interview Attire Tips * Before you even think about going on an interview, make sure you have appropriate interview attire and everything fits correctly. * Get your clothes ready the night before, so you dont have to spend time getting them ready on the day of the interview. * If your clothes are dry clean only, take them to thecleaners after an interview, so they are ready for next time. * Polish your shoes. * Bring a breath mint and use it before you enter the building.
  • 1. Do some research on the business before the interview. 2. Practice interviewing. 3. Go alone. Do not take children or friends. 4. Greet the employer with a handshake. 5. Make frequent eye contact. 6. Smile, be polite, and try to relax. 7. Listen carefully to the questions asked. Ask the interviewer to restate a question if you are confused. 8. Answer questions as directly as possible. 9. Be upbeat and make positive statements. 10. If youve worked before, talk about what you learned from it. 11. Use examples of how your skills and abilities would fit the job. 12. Bring your "Fact Sheet" with telephone numbers and addressesof your references and former employers, just in case you are asked to complete an application.
  • At the end of the interview: * Thank the interviewers for their time. * Request a business card. * Shake hands in closing.* Two or three days after the interview send a thank you note addressed to the interviewers.
  • Tips for thank you notes: 1. Neatly hand write or type the note. 2. Address the note to the interviewer or the lead interviewer. 3. Keep it short. (No longer than one page.) 4. First paragraph: Thank the employer for the interview. Also, mention that you are interested in the position. 5. Second paragraph: Briefly state a few of your skills withoutrepeating the information on your resume word for word. Include any important information not mentioned at the interview. 6. Third paragraph: Provide your contact information, telephone number with area code, and an e-mail address, if available. 7. Sign the note with your first and last name. 8. Proofread the note to check for spelling or grammar errors. Ask another person to proofread the note. 9. Mail the note within two to three days after your interview.
  • Pitfalls (Reasons Why People Dont Get Hired): * Untidy personal appearance * Inability to express information clearly * Lack of genuine interest or enthusiasm * Unwillingness to start at the bottom * Negative attitude * Lack of eye contact * Incomplete or sloppy application * Being late for the interview