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Preparation

There's one very simple way to impress the person interviewing you for a job: come prepared. Such a high number of job-hunters skip this step--even with the resources of the Internet at their fingertips--that you'll automatically gain extra points by demonstrating a little upfront effort.

Research the Company
You don't need to prepare a 40-page analysis of the company's financial situation, mergers and acquisitions, and product lines from the last 5 years; it's enough to seek out--and read--readily available public information.

Prepare Yourself
Whether you're a born actress or so shy you need help ordering a pizza, a little interview preparation can go a long way.

Final Reminders
Review this checklist before you head out the door.

 Research the Company

 Prepare Yourself

 

 Final Reminders

 

 

 

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