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1. Conduct Research on the Employer and Job Opportunity
You should first understand the employer and the requirement of the profile (job) completely. The more research you conduct, the more you’ll understand the employer and their products & Services , the better you’ll be able to answer interview. Visit the organization’s website and other Sites(helps to review and research more details about company.

2.  Prepare Professional CV
Your resume needs to be professional and polished; because if you don't have a professional resume, your application materials probably won't get second glance from any hiring manager. Mention the important skill sets and your knowledge towards the applied job properly. For more information, Visit the Resume writing format Section.

3.  Dress for Interview Success
Before you say a single word to the interviewer, you have already made an impression based on how you’re dressed..Plan out a wardrobe that fits the organization and its culture, striving for the most professional appearance you can accomplish.Avoid loud colors and flashy ties. For Women, no loud makeup. Your hair should be neat, clean, and conservative

4.  Review Common Interview Questions and Prepare Your Responses
Common interview questions are mentioned at the right side of page(at top)

5. Arrive on Time, Relaxed and Prepared for the Interview
There is no excuse ever for arriving late to an interview.Arriving a bit early is also a chance to observe the dynamics of the workplace.

6.  Be Focused, Confident and Concise
Shake hands firmly, but only if a hand is offered to you first. Once the interview starts, the key to success is the quality and delivery of your responses. Your goal should always be authenticity, responding truthfully to interview questions. Maintain eye contact. At the same time, your goal is to get to the next step, so you’ll want to provide focused responses that showcase your skills, experience, and fit” with the job and the employer. Provide solid examples of solutions and accomplishments” but keep your responses short and to the point. By preparing responses to common interview questions , you’ll ideally avoid long, rambling responses that bore interviewers. Always attempt to keep your interview responses short and to the point. Finally, no matter how much an interviewer might bait you, never badmouth a previous employer, boss, or co-worker. The interview is about you” and making your case that you are the ideal candidate for the job.

7.  Ask Insightful Questions.
Studies continually show that employers make a judgment about an applicant’s interest in the job by whether or not the interviewee asks questions. Thus, even if the hiring manager was thorough in his or her discussions about the job opening and what is expected, you must ask a few questions. This shows that you have done your research and that you are curious.

8.  Negotiating Salary
Research your value. Research the value of your talent in the employment marketplace.
Don’t be the first to disclose a number. If possible, try to get the employer to disclose the pay for the job before you tell your requirements. If you find this too difficult or awkward, consider providing a broad range (based on the research you did above) and say you expect “a fair total pay package for the job and my unique set of skills, including….” It is also fair to ask the employer what the market data says the job is worth.
Prepare a counteroffer. About half of all jobseekers accept the first offer that’s put on the table, but most employers make offers expecting candidates to counteroffer - so go ahead, ask for what you want. Every time you speak with a potential employer, you should be prepared with a complete, prioritized summary of your ideal offer, and you should know in your mind how negotiable you are on each item.

9. Thank Interviewer(s) in Person or by Email
Start the process while at the interview, thanking each person who interviewed you before you leave. Writing thank-you emails and notes shortly after the interview will not get you the job offer, but doing so will certainly give you an edge over other finalists who didn’t bother to send thank-you notes.
Another key to interview success is preparing responses to expected interview questions. Your goal is to try to determine what you’ll be asked and to compose detailed yet concise responses that focus on specific examples and accomplishments. Some of the common interview questions are as follows

a. What can you tell me about yourself? ...
b. Can you list your strengths? ...
c. What weaknesses do you have? ...
d. Why should I consider hiring you? ...
e. Where do you see yourself five years from now? ...
f. Why do you want to work here?
g. Other Questions are based on the skills and technicalities of the job requirements?
Common Interview Questions and Prepare Your Responses
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