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Tweet Continuing from Part 1. 4) Be Specific Nothing turns interviewers off more than vague answers. For example, if you answer “what makes you a great candidate for this role?”
Tweet This is it. The monumental moment has arrived, and in your mind it’s do or die. This is the moment where you put the pen down, stretch your limbs
Tweet However, this is exactly what occurs during job interviews. How one dresses, speaks and presents themselves will significantly impact how HR professionals form their first and sometimes only impression
As a recent college grad, it’s normal that you become anxious at the very thought of going to a job interview. After all, it takes practice to ace this kind of interaction. But don’t worry – with some preparation, you’ll be ready to face even the most curious recruiters out there.