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Mike Bee

Why not look up the company, what it does and what your job would be doing. Think up answers to questions they might ask you about how you can be an asset to the company.

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Toni Smith

Positive affirmations are a great way to keep your nerves calm.

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Renee Campbell

Stop telling yourself you’re nervous. Do practice interviews with friends. What is the role you’re interviewing for? Do you have the experience for that role? If so, be confident and go in there and answer the questions with examples. Bring a notepad. Type up bullet points of your experience and projects you’ve completed - Use those as speaking points in your interview

It’s okay to use notes - bring your resume with you to refer to

You are human - smile - make eye contact - Repeat their question, breatheeeeeeee, and then answer the question!!!

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Carliesha Murray

Reschedule

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Angelique Puckett

Are there any real jobs for adults with a disability? I can't do warehouse work where I'm standing all day without accommodations. I have horrible knee issues. Anyone know of companies hiring that hire people with a disability?

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John Kuykendall

He may be as nervous as you are. Just relax, take your time and laugh when it seems appropriate.

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Destiny Griego

They have a lot of situational questions and depending on the company you're being temped for if you're good at deescalating customers and how well you can navigate a computer.

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Evil Sider

Smoke some weed and you’ll be AAALRIIIGHTTT 💯

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Lum Grant

Drink a beer and a about a half pint of Bourbon. Pretend you are black or from India.

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Steven Ransom
  1. Do your research. A lot of the anxiety surrounding interviews is based on not knowing what to expect. ...
  2. Practice makes perfect. ...
  3. Know the way. ...
  4. Know who you're meeting. ...
  5. Sort your outfit. ...
  6. Rationalize your fears. ...
  7. Inject some perspective. ...
  8. Embrace positive self-talk.

Top tips for dealing with pre-interview nerves How to calm pre-interview nerves - Robert Walters

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