7 JOB HUNTING TIPS YOU SHOULD DO BEFORE A JOB INTERVIEW – Part 6

Job hunters need to do specific actions before each job interview.  I reveal seven job hunting tips that you should do before every job interview  to help you get job offers.  So far we covered five tips:
 1.  MAIL LETTER to INTERVIEWER to CONFIRM YOUR INTERVIEW
2.  PRINT 2 – 4 ITEMS of USEFUL INFORMATION about THE
  
    COMPANY
3.  FIND OUT TYPICAL ATTIRE of COMPANY’S MANAGERS – & 
       DRESS LIKE THEM

4.  BRING EXTRA COPIES of YOUR RESUME + TESTIMONIAL 
       LETTERS
5.  IN WAITING ROOM, CHARM THE RECEPTIONIST

Here are today's final tips:
#6.  IN WAITING ROOM, HIDE YOUR CELL PHONE + DO NOT USE IT

Job search advice:  You are ‘on-stage’ starting the moment you enter the building!  So, focus on the company interviewing you – and abandon all use of your cell phone.  Making or getting cell phone calls or texting or anything you do with your cell phone shows you are NOT focused on the company interviewing you.  Instead, you MUST do the next job hunting tip in waiting room . . . 

#7.  IN WAITING ROON, NOTICEABLY READ INFORMATION about
    THE COMPANY

Again, job search tip:  Job hunters’ every action is observed – and discussed.  So, do the following job hunter ‘theatre’:  Extremely noticeably make sure everyone sees you reading company (a) brochures, (b) annual reports, and (c) online information you printed.  

You will stick out as the job hunter who ACTS seriously interested in the company’s business – and a possible career there.  While other job applicants are playing with their cell phones or fidgeting or reading non-company materials, there you are 100% absorbed in soaking up info on the company that may make a job offer.  

SUMMARY: 
JOB HUNTING ADVICE & TIPS – for BEFORE YOUR JOB INTERVIEWS 

Remember this job hunting advice:  Successful job searchers start earning “points” from interviewers even before the job interview starts.  You can use these job hunting tips to make you stand out as immensely superior to the 99.9999% of job hunters who do not know – or use – these pre-job interview job hunting tips. 

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