How to crush your first job interview: Got your first job interview lined up? Don’t worry, you got this. We’re here to help. by Jon Simmons for Monster
In this article, we give advice on how to prepare for a job interview.
“My advice is to at least Google the person who will interview you, the institution, their work, the market. Find some information in advance,” says Dr. Luz Claudio, who directs the Division of International Health at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City.
In addition to advising undergraduate and graduate students on interviewing, Dr. Claudio interviews about 70 applicants per year and he’s reviewed more than 400 resumes.
“When the person asks: ‘Do you have any questions for me?’ take out your notes and ask some specific questions about what they do. This shows your interest,” she says. “It shows that you did some homework and preparation prior to the interview and that you took initiative in searching for additional information.”
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