10. Email a thank you note as soon as your interview is over, and then also handwrite one for the mail.
9. Research the company before you go to an interview. You might want to know their locations, mission statement, growth, and what exactly they do.
8. Before an interview ask the person conducting the interview what type of interview it will be. Examples could be traditional or behavorial.
7. Think of questions to ask before the interview, that will ensure the employer you are interested in the position.
6. Pay attention to your body language. Keep good eye contact, posture, and stay focused.
5. Make sure you and your resume smell clean and crisp.
4. Do NOT chew gum.
3. Use strong action verbs in your vocabulary on paper and in the interview.
2. Make sure your cell phone is turned off or on silent.
1. Be confident!