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  • Hey, so we took to Tumblr to ask you for your best advice RE: Job Interviews and this is

  • what you said.

  • Before the interview:

  • Nikoikoi (?) says, "If you're going around applying to different places be dressed nicely

  • enough to do the interview right then and there because that could happen. Superwhofflepuff

  • answered: Look over your resume and a list of major projects and accomplishments right

  • before the interview; that way it's fresh in your mind. Speaking of resumes, if you're

  • looking to streamline yours you can check out last week's video from Mike that happens

  • to conveniently be on that topic.

  • TotallyaComputer suggests prepping answers to common questions. For instance, the classic

  • "What's your biggest weakness?" Instead of saying something like, "Well, I guess I'm

  • just a perfectionist." Instead, say something like, "I'd like to improve on my 'give example'

  • and I'm going to do so by 'give example.'" In other words, acknowledge the negative in

  • the framework of a positive. Practice these a lot. (1:11)

  • Doteddestroyer also recommends if you're doing a phone interview to write down some answers

  • like these beforehand to boost your confidence.

  • Livinglifeintheprobabilitylane said for questions about "a time when you..." use the S.T.A.R

  • Method. Situation, Task, the Action you too, and the Results.

  • For example, Situation: Moriarty is trying to kill me. Task: Fake my own death. Action

  • I took: Well, I'll never reveal it definitively but let's just say it was rather elaborate

  • and effective. Results: I"m back and better than ever.

  • You can also prep your own questions. For instance, you can ask about what your daily

  • duties would be. You can ask the interviewer what they like especially about working for

  • that company. It's also perfectly reasonable to ask when they expect to make a decision

  • about the position.

  • Let's talk about clothes. Now this is all about convincing the company that you're professional

  • and that you're a great fit for the team. It's important to check out the company's

  • attire prior to showing up for the interview. For instance, by contacting the company's

  • receptionist or human resources department and finding out what their day to day dress

  • code is. From there, Forbes Magazine recommends you take it a half step up. If you're unsure

  • what you wear, you can always go with a jacket, if you feel over dressed you can always take

  • it off.

  • Cherryscary answered, "for phone interviews: dress up and smile while on the phone. You'll

  • get a confidence boost, and you can hear a smile over the call."

  • Anotherblogaboutrandomstuff said, "before any job interview, I always take five minutes

  • and make some power stances/poses to boost my confidence."

  • Before you go in, make sure you turn off your phone. You don't wanna be getting any texty-texts

  • or snappy-chats while you're in the middle of your interview.

  • Be early but not too early. Not more than fifteen minutes. Be sure to smile when the

  • interviewer goes to greet you. Good posture and a solid handshake are key.

  • Ninjafrogofhnm points out that it's okay to be a little nervous. It's not a surprise to

  • the interviewer so just do your best to relax and don't stress too much over little mistakes.

  • Tumblr user Shayler, who is a hiring manager says, "if you don't know something, admit

  • it grace and humor. The real purpose of the interview questions is not so much whether

  • they get the answer right, but how they handle the situation. Do they flail and make a wild

  • guess immediately, or do they pause and think before they answer."

  • Similarly, nerd-in-a-tiara answered, "never be afraid to pause and say 'let me think about

  • that.' It shows that you're engaged and that you want to answer well."

  • And bontumblesnow (?) suggests that you quote stay on topic. I put my friend up for an interview

  • and she lost her mind and talked about D&D and Ren Fair and everything but the job. end

  • quote. When the interview is wrapping up ask any

  • questions that you prepped and be sure to say that you're excited about the possibility

  • of working there. Get business cards from the interviewer if possible. It'll make it

  • easier to send a thank you card or email afterward which you should make sure to do within 24

  • hours of the interview. B-reads-books suggests that you also use the

  • note to quote reiterate your interest and touch on topics that you discussed.

  • In addition to the thank you, follow up later on. Did you ask them how long it might take

  • for them to make a decision? If so, wait that amount of time and if you haven't heard anything

  • feel free to contact them via call or email. If you didn't get the job, ask how you can

  • improve in the future. You never know if another position will open up there.

  • And if you don't get the job that is very disappointing but it's not because you're

  • not awesome sauce because you are the awesomest of sauces.

  • We all have to acknowledge that the job sea is pretty choppy right now, but there will

  • be other fish in it so just keep swimming. Keep on swimming.

  • Emma: When I was in high school, this was my first job, I was at a movie theatre and

  • I got to the movie theatre and I was like, "I'm here for an interview" and the guy said,

  • "oh they're over there." And so I saw a group of young people sitting around the table.

  • So I went to the table and there was no chair so I got a chair and I set it up next to someone

  • at the table and I was like, "hey guys how's it goin'?" Not knowing that one of the young

  • people was the manager and that was the interview for the group of people that came before me.

  • Which I effectively crashed.

  • Mike: I guess I was 16. I went in to do an interview with a store that was called Babbage's

  • at the time. I guess it's GameStop now. The lady asked, "what would you do if a parent

  • came in and was like 'i wanna buy such and such game for my son isn't that a good game?

  • I really want to buy it.' What do you say to them?" I was like, "i would tell them that

  • there are better games in that type of game we have and here's one of them?" Like did

  • I blow the interview by saying that?

  • Emma: I would say, why would you not sell them the game they wanted? That's my main

  • question.

  • Mike: That stings, Emma.

  • Emma: I'm just wondering.

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