Succeeding in Job Interviews #4 Always Have a Good Attitude at the Interview
You always want to express a can-do attitude. Because you may lack much job experience, you have to try a little harder to convince the employer you want — and can do — the job.
The simplest way to convey this message is to tell the employer how much you want the job — and that you know you will be a great employee and do the job well.
Remember to also showcase your past responsibilities and positive attitudes you had for any previous work experience, volunteering, and team sports.
Finally, never ask about how hard the work is, or how much time off you are going to receive — or anything else that might have the employer questioning your attitude about working.
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