Most of us are nervous when we want to be interviewing by someone who we are does't know. But, here some tips to coll down your nervous a bit,perhaps. Lets check this out.
"ONE MORE STEP TO REACH THE SUCCESS TOWER"
1- DECIDE WHAT YOU WANT.Don’t apply for a job just to earn a living. Ask yourself what sort of career will excite and interest you.(one said: If we work by following what we just like but does't have any talent on the area, we would't survive for a long period at our work place. Interest can be disappear but talent or skill will still in you.)
2- CAREER FAIRS.
Attend career fairs to learn about the various opportunities available.
3- STAY IN A LOOP
Be aware of the latest business news-local, foreign and about the industry you plan to work in. (Business section in newspapers.)4- TAKE PAINS OVER THE RESUME.
Focus, Think and Write. Think some more, rewrite, proof-read. Then get feedback from your friends or family members.
5- HONE YOUR ‘SOFT’ SKILLS.
Communication skills, self-confidence, a positive attitude, creativity, personality and etc.
Ask your family members or friends to help with suggestions on how to improve your image.
6- BE EARLY FOR THE INTERVIEW.
Arrive 15 minutes early so that you can catch your breath and get used to the surrounding. This will make you less nervous. If possible, go there the day before the interview so that you can familiar with the route.
7- FIRST IMPRESSIONS
The first impressions are powerful; so, you need to look good, speak well and act professionally in front of your interviewer.
8- THANK THE INTERVIEWER.
Send a ‘thank you’ note a day or two after the interview. The note maybe handwritten on a card, typed or emailed.
Don’t be afraid to follow-up with the employer a week or two after interview. It is an excellent way to get noticed and will demonstrate your seriousness about getting the job.
10- DON’T GIVE UP
Last but not least, never give up. The job search will not be easy, especially with a tight employment market. However, proper planning will give you a head’s start even in difficult times.