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W ages, salary, advancement and your career opportunity is commensurate with your experience, criminal background and your education. We will help prepare you for the interview process, role-playing and resume writing.


Even the smartest and most qualified job seekers need to prepare for job interviews. Why, you ask? Interviewing is a learned skill, and there are no second chances to make a great first impression. So check out some of these strategies to enhance your interview skills.

These proven job interview techniques will help us to assist you in knowing what employers are seeking in your resume and application and it will help assist you in being a match for an employer's expectations.

Practice Good Nonverbal Communication


It's about demonstrating confidence: standing straight, making eye contact and connecting with a firm handshake. That first nonverbal impression can be a great beginning -- or quick ending -- to your interview
Use Good Language

Dress for the Job or Company


Today's casual dress codes do not give you permission to dress as "they" do when you interview. It is important to know what to wear to an interview and to be well-groomed. Whether you wear a suit or something less formal depends on the company culture and the position you are seeking. If possible, call to find out about the company dress code before the interview.
Dress Appropriately

Ask Questions


When asked if they have any questions, most candidates answer, "No." Part of knowing how to interview is being ready to ask questions that demonstrate an interest in what goes on in the company. Asking questions also gives you the opportunity to find out if this is the right place for you. The best questions come from listening to what you're asked during the interview and asking for additional information
Use Correct Language

Don't Talk Too Much


Telling the interviewer more than he needs to know could be a fatal mistake. When you have not prepared ahead of time, you may ramble when answering interview questions, sometimes talking yourself right out of the job. Prepare for the interview by reading through the job posting, matching your skills with the position's requirements and relating only that information.
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