To help you out, take note of these 5 key points.

1. “Know exactly what you want to do”

Do your research. You don’t have to walk into an interview knowing next to nothing about the position or company. you have to show that you’re excited enough that you’ve done some homework and thought about how you’d fit in. To get started, do some online research, and try to find a current or past employee you can talk to before the big day.

 

2. “Your last work or company”

No matter how bad a job was, you never, ever want to badmouth a former employer in an interview. Keep your tone somewhere between neutral and positive, focusing on what you’ve learned from each experience and what you’re hoping to do in the future. This especially applies when you’re talking about why you’re leaving—here are a few tips on how to do it right.

 

3. “Don’t badmouth your Boss”

Similarly, you don’t want to speak negatively about anyone you’ve worked with in the past. Even if a previous manager could put the characters in Horrible Bosses to shame, your interviewer doesn’t know that and could wonder whether you’re the difficult one to work with.

 

4. “I feel Nervous”

Even if you’re more nervous than you’ve ever been, no company wants to hire someone who lacks confidence. “So, in this case, honesty is not the best policy.

5. “I’ll Do Whatever(anything)”

Most hiring managers are looking for people who are incredibly passionate about the role they’re taking on. So when you say something to the effect of, “I don’t care what jobs you have available—I’ll do anything!” that’s a big red flag. Instead, target your search to a specific role at each company, and be ready to explain why it’s exactly what you’re looking for.

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