Everyone is interested to earn income/money in their life and want to be independent. Once the studies/education are done they hunt for the job, during this process they go through a process called Interview.
A Job interview is nothing but testing the potential of an employee, whether the candidate is eligible for the particular organization/company and for the position applied, in order to enhance their growth and carrier.
How to prepare for an Interview:
- Research for company.
- Share your achievements.
- Assemble the relevant information in the resume.
- Re-read your resume.
- Check yourself in full length in front of a mirror while attending for an interview.
Types of Interviews:
- Behavioral Interview
- Stress Interview
- Phone Interview
- Technical Interview
- Group Interview
1.Behavioral Interview: This is a common type of interview that an interviewer asks/test, i.e. Interviewer mainly judge on the behavior aspects of the candidates and ask the candidate to tell some previous instances ,so that ,interviewer can analyze the candidate and judge whether the candidate is suitable for that company or not.
2.Stress Interview: Stress Interviews are still common in use. The purpose of this interview is to find out how the candidate handles the stress. The Stress interview involves testing an applicant behavior in busy environment dealing with the multiple projects.
3.Phone Interview: This kind of interview, takes place if there are huge openings, then the interview goes for telephonic/phone interview, before taking the candidate to face to face interview. This usually happen where the job applicant is significant distance away from premises of the hiring company. Such as abroad or another state.
4.Technical Interview: This kind of interview focuses on problem solving and creativity. The question aims at your problem solving skill and likely shows your ability and creativity.
5.Group Interview: This kind of interview is mainly deals with the group discussions/debates. In this, interviewer test the candidate whether the candidate is able to talk in a group and participate actively in a group of discussions.
- A good hand shake.
- Maintain good eye contact with the interviewer.
- Smile; look as if you’re enjoying the conversation.
- Have a confident posture.
- Keep all your answers positive.
- Show enthusiasm.
- Listen carefully to the interviewer’s question.
- Try to use jargon/slang in your answers/questions.
- Try to overcome your nervousness.
- Leave the interviewer with a good impression-smile and firm hand shake while closing the interviewer.
Common Interview question:
- Tell me about yourself?
- Why did you leave your last job?
- What experience do you have in this field?
- What do you know about this company?
- What have you done to improve your knowledge?
- Why do you want to join in this company?
- Do you know anyone who works for us?
After going through all this process, if the interviewer really thinks that you fit for this position applied, then provides an offer letter.