- Created by: guoliao
- Created on: 06-05-19 14:17
The day is finally here. You’ve been filling out applications for weeks. You’ve contacted a couple of dozen employers. You finally found the perfect job and they gave you an interview.
The problem: nerves. You don’t want to be a nervous wreck when you enter their office. Good employees are calm, cool, and collected. But how do you keep from being nervous?
The first thing you can work on is to know the employer well. Most of the time, this will require researching. But if you wait to research until the night before your reschedule interview, you’ll be more nervous.
Thus, you should research the employer at least a week before the interview. Gather the important data about their business, the office, the city in which they are located, etc. Try to understand their typical clients or customers. Perhaps most importantly, find out what you can about the person who will be interviewing you. Also, don’t forget to research the position for which you are being considered.
But how do you remember all this info for a whole week? Take notes. If you write the key facts and figures down in a text document or on paper, you’ll have an easy reference. Glance back over this data a couple…