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First impressions can make you or break you, so it's essential to present the most impressive version of yourself in a job interview. While your previous experiences are what the employers are going to primarily focus on, your visual presentation is also going to come into play---and may even determine how the rest of the interview goes. People make snap judgments of others in a matter of seconds based on their appearance, so making sure that you're going to be wearing the proper attire for the environment is a very important step in your interview preparation. Below are some helpful visual guides on interview attire etiquette created by the Career Services department at UNC Chapel Hill:
The fated day has finally arrived: it's time for your interview! Are you ready? It's important to make sure that you have all of the steps in place to make a good first impression on your potential future employer. Employers are vigilant in examining every aspect about a candidate, from their physical presentation to their mannerisms and actions; they want to hire someone who is both the best fit for the position given their previous experience as well as someone who gives off an air of professionalism and polish. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you along the way in terms of preparing for your interview:
With more qualified job candidates than they can realistically interview, more and more employers are relying on phone screens to narrow down their options, confirm logistics such as availability and position understanding, and make candidate resume clarifications. While phone screens are somewhat of a norm in the hiring process nowadays, they can still be quite intimidating for applicants at the thought of one call making or breaking your candidacy. Here are some things to keep in mind when preparing for a phone screen: