Prepare for the interview by reading through the job posting, matching your skills with the position’s requirements and relating only that information. Never whine, gripe or complain about past employers, jobs, classes, etc. The next day, write the interviewer a brief note reiterating your interest in the job. ‘Smith’s is a respected firm with a reputation for high quality work, and I’d like to be part of that success. This is NOT an indication of how well they could do the job, although it may tell you something about their fit with the team. How will this affect performance? Don’t forget about your body language, which is one of the first ways employers will gauge your confidence levels. http://johngriffincave.boxcrack.net/2016/11/02/straightforward-tips-on-no-fuss-systems-in-selection-process/There is a reason why both of you find yourself at this unique place and time. If you are caught off guard, you are bound to stumble and probably look more than a little dumbfounded. Miriam teaches job seekers and entrepreneurs how to incorporate social media tools along with traditional strategies to reach their goals.