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10 Interviewing Rules

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    paty JF-Expert Member

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    wakuu katika pita pita nimekutana na hii artictle, nimeona bora niwashirikishe naaminini itakuwa msaada kwa baadhi ya watu,


    10 Interviewing Rules


    By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing Writer
    In the current job market, you'd better have your act together, or you won't stand a chance against the competition. Check yourself on these 10 basic points before you go on that all-important interview.
    1. Do Your Research
    Researching the company before the interview and learning as much as possible about its services, products, customers and competition will give you an edge in understanding and addressing the company's needs. The more you know about the company and what it stands for, the better chance you have ofselling yourself in the interview. You also should find out about the company's culture to gain insight into your potential happiness on the job.
    2. Look Sharp
    Select what to wear to the interview. Depending on the industry and position, get out your best interview clothes and check them over for spots and wrinkles. Even if the company has a casual environment, you don't want to look like you slept in your outfit. Above all, dress for confidence. If you feel good, others will respond to you accordingly.
    3. Be Prepared
    Bring along a folder containing extra copies of your resume, a copy of your references and paper to take notes. You should also have questions prepared to ask at the end of the interview. For extra assurance, print a copy of Monster's handy interview take-along checklist.
    4. Be on Time
    Never arrive late to an interview. Allow extra time to arrive early in the vicinity, allowing for factors like getting lost. Enter the building 10 to 15 minutes before the interview.

    5. Show Enthusiasm

    A firm handshake and plenty of eye contact demonstrate confidence. Speak distinctly in a confident voice, even though you may feel shaky.
    6. Listen
    One of the most neglected interview skills is listening. Make sure you are not only listening, but also reading between the lines. Sometimes what is not said is just as important as what is said.
    7. Answer the Question Asked
    Candidates often don't think about whether they are actually answering the questions their interviewers ask. Make sure you understand what is being asked, and get further clarification if you are unsure.
    8. Give Specific Examples
    One specific example of your background is worth 50 vague stories. Prepare your stories before the interview. Give examples that highlight your successes and uniqueness. Your past behavior can indicate your future performance.
    9. Ask Questions
    Many interviewees don't ask questions and miss the opportunity to find out valuable information. Thequestions you ask indicate your interest in the company or job.
    10. Follow Up
    Whetherit's through email or regular mail, the interview follow-up is one more chance to remind the interviewer of all the valuable traits you bring to the job and company. Don't miss this last chance to market yourself.
    It is important to appear confident and cool for the interview. One way to do that is to be prepared to the best of your ability. There is no way to predict what an interview holds, but by following these important rules you will feel less anxious and will be ready to positively present yourself.
     
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    frozen Senior Member

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    like it, thanks!
     
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    Cul gal New Member

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    Gud one
     
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    thanks mkuu, it helps!
     
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    thanx a lot its so helpful!
     
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    This is JF !!Asante mkuu
     
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    paty JF-Expert Member

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    pamoja mkuu
     
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    majogajo JF-Expert Member

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    we unazan kila interview mswl n hayohayo?
     
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    we umeona kuna maswali hapo?
     
  10. Mohammed Shossi

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    Kwani wewe huoni kuna maswali numbe moja mpaka namba kumi? au umesoma kwenye shule za kata nini? Hope you are good missing u an mwanafulani lol
     
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    +255 JF-Expert Member

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    Kama ndo hivyo 99% we ndo umesoma shule za kata
     
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    Mohammed Shossi Verified User

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    Hujakosea ila nashukuru nimesoma kitu kinaitwa communication skills kwenye shule moja hivi ya kata nimefundishwa na Mama Kaihula sasa hivi ni mbunge wa viti maalum cdm, na kwa mara ya pili nimesoma somo hilo kwa mzee mmoja anaitwa Mabula Kishepo. Shule za kata zina raha yake mkuu.
     
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    Lsk Senior Member

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    Flamboyant work. Good!!
     
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    Husninyo JF-Expert Member

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    hahaha! Watu wammeza yale maswali common ya kwenye interview wakafikiri na hapa ni hayo hayo. Lol.
    Miss u too ila mwafulani ndio nani?
     
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    +255 JF-Expert Member

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    Nimefurahi kwa kuwa umekuwa mkweli (ingawa haupo serious), sa kwa nini ulikuwa unamwambia mwenzako kasoma shule za kata? Au nionyeshe hata swali moja lililoulizwa na mleta thread...
     
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