💥TOP 50 JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES To Get You Hired Rapidly! #37
I am counting down 50 PROVEN STRATEGIES FOR JOB SEEKERS to get noticed and hired rapidly.
#37 Practice your interviewing skills with a friend or family member.
Your interview skills are extremely important when you're looking for a job. In fact, statistics show that the interviewed professional is more likely to make a favorable first impression on prospective employers and obtain the position they desire.
If you're seeking a job, one of the greatest things you can do is practice your interview skills. You'll be better prepared for the real thing if you participate in a practice interview with a friend or family member. That way, you can get feedback on your performance and work on any areas that need improvement.
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Moreover, it's important to be aware of common interview questions and how to answer them effectively. There is a lot of generic advice out there about how best to answer interview questions. Seek out information that is based on what a Recruiter is actually listening for in your responses. That is how I prepare my job seekers and why they have been so successful in landing jobs rapidly. Doing your research ahead of time will help you feel more confident and ready to ace the interview. With strong interview skills, you'll be well on your way to landing your dream job.
According to a recent study, 92% of people who practice their interview performance in front of someone they trust receive feedback that leads to a successful outcome. Furthermore, the study found that 78% of those who don't practice their interview performance end up feeling either extremely nervous or very unprepared.
Clearly, practicing your interview performance in front of someone you can trust is an excellent way to not only get feedback on your performance but also to make any necessary adjustments before your big day.
If you're serious about improving your interviewing skills, then you need to start practicing. Here are some pointers:
Choose someone who will give you constructive criticism. A good option is to choose a friend or family member that knows what you're going through. This way, you'll get honest feedback that will help you improve.
Make sure the individual you're meeting with is okay with being recorded. This will allow you to go back and review your success later. You can identify areas where you need to improve and learn from your mistakes.
Use a timer to ensure you're allocating the same amount of time for each question, which will help stay within the time limit in an actual interview. This way, you won't get caught off guard when the interviewer says "time's up."
So what are you waiting for? Improve your interviewing skills today so you can land the job of your dreams!
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🔴 Ilene Rein is an Executive Recruiter and Job Search Strategist. She teaches job seekers exactly how to market themselves with laser precision to employers using inside secrets from the view of the Recruiter exponentially increasing their chances of getting noticed and hired rapidly!
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