Are you disturbed with the fact that despite an excellent resume you still haven’t got a good job? Well, chances are that it has something to do with you and not the resume. After all, resume can fetch you the job offers but it is your performance during the interview that determines whether or not you would be selected. Apart from having a good resume, it is also important to be well prepared for the interview. You might be confident enough to face an interview without any fear, but usually it is the series of certain tricky questions that becomes a hindrance. Continue reading the below-mentioned tips and tricks to get your dream job:
When asked, “Why are you leaving your last job?” many tend to blame their previous employer or the company’s management. Such response is surely going to do harm rather than good. Employers would never want to hire somebody who blames others. It is sensible to positively answer such questions. “I find it motivating to accept new challenges” is rather effective and impressive response than blaming others.
While facing an interview, keep in mind that you have to market yourself. The whole conversation should be fruitful enough to lend you the job. Your objective should be to convince the recruiter that you have the requisite background, skills and aptitude to fit into the job, organization and the work culture.
Keep Calm And Be Positive:
The intensity of tough questions can make you nervous but it must not be visible to the employer. Be composed and stay positive by taking the interview as an engaging conversation between a curious interviewer and a capable candidate.
In addition to being confident, it is important to be credible and positive while replying to the questions of the interviewer. Rehearse how you would be responding. Be well prepared for questions such as “Tell me about yourself,” “How do you start your day”, etc. Jot down key answers that would present you in the best way. The questions may be:
Good Communication Is The Key To Succeed
Practice as much as you can to have good communications skills. An excellent background of experience and expertise won’t be useful if you are unable to verbally communicate your achievements.