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Interview Tips: Guide to Help You Land Your Dream Job

Land Your Dream Job

Jobs 05.09.24
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We provided you with a guide to building an enticing resume, and now you’re ready to interview. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out in your career, interviewing can be a nerve-wracking experience. With the right preparation and mindset, you can impress any hiring manager and land your dream job. To help you during the interview process, we’ve compiled a list of our top interview tips.

Do Your Research

Before interviewing, take some time to research the company. Effective research can give you a leg up in any interview, showing the hiring manager your genuine interest in the company, not just the job. This will also help you figure out if this company is the right fit for you. An interview can be like a first date, it needs to work for both of you.


It can be uncomfortable “selling yourself,” so, it can be helpful to practice common interview questions beforehand. You want your answers to come across as confident and concise. Here are some great examples from Glassdoor of common interview questions for you to start practicing with.

Highlight Relevant Experience: Demonstrate Your Fit for the Role

Identify the experiences and/or skills in your background that align with the requirements outlined in the job description. Even if you lack direct job experience, focus on relating your relevant skills or characteristics that will help you make a good fit. As long as you speak confidently and come prepared, you can effectively communicate your suitability for the opportunity.

Dress for the Job You Want

How you present yourself is important to any hiring manager. Taking the time to look professional and put together shows your genuine interest in the position. It is always better to be overdressed than underdressed, but we’re not talking about wearing ball gowns to a Maintenance Technician job interview. Use your best judgment here – you can always reach out to us on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram if you need outfit inspiration.

Arrive On Time (On Time is Late)

Plan on showing up about 15 minutes before your scheduled interview time. This will give you time to check in, use the bathroom, do any last-minute preparations, etc. Giving yourself extra time will avoid adding extra stress to a situation that can already be stressful. Showing up late could give the interviewer the impression that you are a poor planner or not good at managing your time, so set yourself up for success and arrive early.

Prepare a Couple of Questions

Asking good, informed questions shows that you did your research and will give you more information about the position/organization further informing you if this job/company will be a good fit.

Follow Up

After the interview, don’t forget to send a thank you note/email to the interviewer thanking them for their time and consideration. This is also an opportunity to reiterate your interest in the position and can leave a lasting impression.

Bonus Interview Tip: Include a nod to something that stood out or that you spoke about in your interview to call back to your time with the hiring manager.

Mastering interviews takes practice, preparation, and confidence. By following these interview tips, you will be well-equipped to tackle any interview with poise and professionalism. Remember, the first step to getting your dream job is a successful interview – so, if you’re ready to get started on your career journey, we’re here to help.


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