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Title: Quick Tips for Job Interviews

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So, you finally landed a job interview! Maybe
you werent expecting to get this far and now
youre anxious about the job interview. Every
job application writer wants to put their best
foot forward to give themselves a shot at scoring
the job. In todays competitive market, these
quick tips for job application writing will give
you the edge you need to stand out during the job
application writing process.

Job Application Writing Research the Company
You will stand out if you find out about the
company youre applying for. A great way to do
this is to check out a few of their most recent
annual reports. This will give you some insight
into the culture and values of the place and will
give you an edge over other job applicants.
Job Application Writing Dress the Part

Dress to match the culture of the company. These
days, many companies have gone to a more casual
corporate look, but if in doubt, always default
to smart business attire.
Job Application Writing Come Prepared

A job interview is not the time to wing it. Job
application writers are smart enough to know many
of the questions you will likely be asked. Be
sure to have an answer to the, So, tell us about
yourself, question and be ready to list
strengths, weaknesses and accomplishments. All
good job application writers come prepared!
Job Application Writing Dont Be Late

If you arrive late, you might as well not have
arrived. Be there 15 minutes early and research
your parking options in advance.
Job Application Writing Be Friendly and Outgoing

If this is not your usual manner, then fake it.
Smile and say hello. Be extra nice to the person
at the front desk (some interviewers check in
with them afterwards!)
Job Application Writing Come with Questions

Many people dread the part of the interview where
the tables are turned and you get asked, Do you
have any questions for us? However, always come
prepared with a few questions as this shows you
are serious and have prepared well. Being given
the opportunity to ask questions, is your chance
to stand out. Grab it with both hands!
Job Application Writing Take Notes

Always take notes as this shows you are
teachable, and then try to work the feedback
youve received into your subsequent answers as
this shows you are taking on board what is said.

Job Application Writing Dont Lie, exaggerated
or misrepresent yourself
You may really, really want this job, but when
you lie or exaggerate about your past
achievements, you only set yourself up for
failure in the future. Giving your prospective
employer an inflated sense of what youre capable
of is a mistake.
So, there you have it! An interview can be a
nerve-wracking experience, but remember, everyone
is nervous. Prepare well, dress the part, arrive
early, come with questions, dont lie or ramble
and show that you are engaged in the interview
process. Finally, if you need help landing the
job of your dreams, then consider getting some
professional help. Red Tape Busters are
specialists in resume writing and can help you
produce a resume, cover letter and/or selection
criteria that gets noticed. Visit
http//www.redtapebusters.com/ for more
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