суббота, 28 января 2017 г.

The job interview - so you get the job

Get tips to help you prepare for a job interview and get to know the questions that are most commonly ask for an interview.

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There are many different ways to conduct an interview on. As a rule, this is an individual interview where you have a conversation with your employer and any other employees in the workplace. In a group interview sitting several people with employer.

In some cases, the interview go through several stages where you must first take a written test for example. Next, they are often called in for an initial interview, and finally a second interview.

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Employers opens and concludes the interview and ask questions to find out more about you, your experience, and your abilities. The point of an interview is to find the right person for the position. Your task during the interview is to be thoroughly prepared, be alert, patient, pleasant and active. It is important to show that you're interested in getting the job.


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Before the interview: meet prepared
To meet employer in a job interview, it's important to be well prepared.

Here are some tips on how to prepare for the interview:

Gather information about the business. You create a good impression from the employer, while you feel more secure during the interview.
Take your application, CV and any work samples. In such circumstances you as tidy and well prepared.
Learn how the interview should be, preferably the day before. Then you'll be late for the interview. Show up in good time.
Dry Selection depends on what job you are applying for, but the important thing is that you dress in something you feel comfortable in. Make sure your clothes are clean.
During a job interview you will almost always be asked whether to describe yourself, with both good and bad sides. Do not be afraid to brag about yourself, but do not let it be too much of a good thing either. Be sure of yourself.

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during the interview
Usually starting job interview with an employer informs about the job and the firm. Then you will often be asked about education, practice, experience and personal qualities.

An employer is often interested in why you applied for the job, what you can bring to your business, how you are as a person (both good and bad aspects) and what you have done previously.

It's okay to be nervous, and that's something the other side of the table also realize. Try anyway as best you can to answer the questions you get in full sentences, and not just "do not know" or "yes / no". Speak clearly and have eye contact with he / she / they interviewing you. Remember to link your answers to the job you have applied. Show the employer that you are really motivated and has much to contribute!

On the website of the Career Center at the University of Oslo , you can read more about both the interview and the entire job search process.

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Here are some typical questions that are common to get during an interview:

Why have you sought the job?
Why should we hire just you?
What can you contribute to our company?
Why did you choose the program you've taken?
Why did you leave your last job?
How can you use your past experiences in this job?
Do you enjoy working in a team or on your own?
Which tasks do you like best?
Which tasks do you like least?
Name three strengths by yourself.
Give three weaknesses of yourself.
How do you deal with stress?
What makes you angry?
What are you doing in five years?
Do you have "holes" on your resume?

This applies to people who have been sick for a while, you who have had a year off, been unemployed, dropped out of school during the school year or the like. You should prepare yourself for having to explain to you about such periods during the interview. There may be many different reason "holes" in your resume, but it is still important that you explain what this period has taught you, and how you can use this experience positively.

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after the interview
After a few days you will usually be a phone or a written response if you've got the job or not. If you have not gotten the job, you may want to ask why, so you can know if there is something you can remember for the next time you are in an interview. You can also ask your employer to remember you if they need more employees at another time, or if they need extra help.

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