How to make a good first impression in your first job interview with an employer.
What you need to know to keep the stomach butterflies away. This is a guest post by Neil O'Donnell. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. So, you’ve done what most applicants didn’t do – you landed an interview? Congratulations. Now get ready for the endurance test. Yes, you should be proud of this accomplishment as usually only three to five applicants (out of upwards of a hundred) are selected for interviews. That said, getting through the interview to the job is a challenge on the level of climbing a mountain, during a blizzard, with no guide. In other words, it’s difficult. To ace the interview, here are a few tips that will help increase your chances of making it through to the job.