Originally posted on Center for Career Services & Continuing Education:
It is not what you say, but how you say it.
The approach of an interview is always stressful, especially if it is the first time. Here we share some points that might seem obvious to some people, but very important to remember when meeting company representatives.
The first question most employers ask is, “Why should I hire you?” or “Why are you unique?”. They usually pose this question as an icebreaker, to get to know you and make your feel comfortable – who does not like to brag about oneself? :) . Try to keep your potential employer’s attention high by controlling your body language and the tone of your voice. Remember to keep it short and specific.
Moreover, an interview is one of the few opportunities you have to turn your weaknesses into strengths. In fact, try to use this question to your…
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