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First Impressions: 34 CRUCIAL TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT JOB INTERVIEW COMMON NONVERBAL MISTAKES MADE DURING JOB INTERVIEWS In a survey of more than 2,000 hiring managers 33% claimed to know whether or not they would hire someone within 90 seconds. 67% 47% ( 38% 33% 33% 26% STATISTICS SHOW THAT FIRST IMPRESSIONS ARE DETERMINED BY Fail to make eye contact 55% ! The way you dress, act, and Have little knowledge of the company walk through the door 38% (») The quality of your voice grammar, and Dont smile 7% @ E The words you choose to say Have bad posture THINGS THAT HAVE AN IMPACT ON FIRST IMPRESSIONS Fidget too much 70% 0/ of employers claim they don't want applicants to be overly fashionable or trendy Have a weak handshake 65% of hiring managers say clothes can be the deciding factor between two similar 0/ Play with their hair or touch their face RIGHTLY-COLORED CLOTHING 15 BAD 21% Cross their arms over their chest 9% Use too many hand TOP 10 MOST COMMON INTERVIEW MISTAKES Conveying that you're not over losing your last job why you lost your Not showing enough Lacking humor warmth or Concentrating too much on what you research about a potential employer 7 8ntenger te 9 10 Fort gpask Trying to be all things to all people Failing to set yourself apart from other candidates Failing to for the job 4 QUESTIONS MOST LIKELY TO BE ASKED I What was your experience like at.? 2 Why do you want to work for us? 3what do you know 4wurdid you leave about our your previous job MOST IMPORTANT INTERVIEW TIPS Iorganizationthe 2 that yond ime to fil 3R 4 Learn about Have a specific position in mind that you'd like to fll Review your qualifications for the job Be ready to briefly describe related For people looking for jobs
First Impressions: 34 CRUCIAL TIPS FOR YOUR NEXT
 JOB INTERVIEW
 COMMON NONVERBAL
 MISTAKES MADE DURING
 JOB INTERVIEWS
 In a survey of more than
 2,000 hiring managers
 33% claimed to know
 whether or not they
 would hire someone
 within 90 seconds.
 67%
 47% (
 38%
 33%
 33%
 26%
 STATISTICS SHOW THAT
 FIRST IMPRESSIONS
 ARE DETERMINED BY
 Fail to make eye contact
 55% !
 The way you
 dress, act, and
 Have little knowledge of
 the company
 walk through
 the door
 38% (»)
 The quality of
 your voice
 grammar, and
 Dont smile
 7% @ E
 The words
 you choose
 to say
 Have bad posture
 THINGS THAT HAVE AN
 IMPACT ON FIRST
 IMPRESSIONS
 Fidget too much
 70%
 0/
 of employers claim
 they don't want
 applicants to be overly
 fashionable or trendy
 Have a weak handshake
 65%
 of hiring managers say
 clothes can be the
 deciding factor
 between two similar
 0/
 Play with their hair or
 touch their face
 RIGHTLY-COLORED CLOTHING 15 BAD
 21%
 Cross their arms over
 their chest
 9%
 Use too many hand
 TOP 10 MOST COMMON
 INTERVIEW MISTAKES
 Conveying that
 you're not over
 losing your last job
 why you lost your
 Not showing enough
 Lacking humor
 warmth or
 Concentrating too
 much on what you
 research about a
 potential employer
 7 8ntenger te 9 10 Fort gpask
 Trying to be all
 things to all people
 Failing to set
 yourself apart from
 other candidates
 Failing to
 for the job
 4 QUESTIONS MOST
 LIKELY TO BE ASKED
 I
 What was your
 experience like at.?
 2
 Why do you want to
 work for us?
 3what do you know
 4wurdid you leave
 about our
 your previous job
 MOST IMPORTANT
 INTERVIEW TIPS
 Iorganizationthe
 2 that yond ime to fil
 3R
 4
 Learn about
 Have a specific
 position in mind
 that you'd like to fll
 Review your
 qualifications for
 the job
 Be ready to briefly
 describe related
For people looking for jobs

For people looking for jobs