You know that you’re interviewing for a job, but there’s still a whole lot of work to be done before you get a call.
We spoke to 10+ experts to get your tips on how to get the most out of your interview.
Read the job description.
When you read the job posting, make sure to check out the specific terms of employment, like, “the company is seeking a talented Designer, Designer/Interior Designer, or Fashion Designer, and that the position is currently open.”
If you’re an intern, ask for a copy of the job and ask to review it.
If you can’t find it, then ask your supervisor.2.
Get a copy.
Make sure to take a look at the job opening to see what the job is about.
You want to be able to explain your background and experience, so ask for some sort of background check.3.
Don’t take anything for granted.
If there are any concerns, ask questions and give examples.
Ask if the company has any experience with the applicant.4.
Look at the interview materials.
If the company offers you a position, make your case.
Ask about your background, experience, and accomplishments.5.
Don the hat.
When it comes to fashion, there’s no better way to showcase your expertise than wearing a hat.
Be sure to wear it at all times, even if you’re in a different job.
If it’s the first interview you’ve ever attended, ask your interviewer if you can wear the hat during your interview to help make sure the company understands your interests.6.
Talk to the company’s HR.
If they’re not comfortable with the idea of wearing a cap, they may be uncomfortable wearing one too.
Make it clear to them that the company doesn’t want hats or caps at the event.
Make a point to let them know you have no objection to wearing a different hat for the job interview.7.
Ask for a photo.
Many companies have a website that you can look at to see if you are a fit candidate for the position.
Make the best of it and ask if they will take a picture of you wearing the hat before you leave the event so you can take a photo with them.8.
It’s important to have a positive attitude.
It will only be a matter of time before you end up with a job offer.
Don.t let it deter you from applying.
If everything seems to be going your way, just keep at it.
It only takes one interview to get a job.