Researchers have argued for years that job interviews are important. Many employers choose the wrong person simply because they favor a highly qualified candidate.
Try to get the best out of your interview, rather than another approach. Here are some styles of candidates you can get to know about:
The Involved one:
As the heck reveals, they’re tense. They seem to be having a panic attack right in front of you with sweaty hands and stammering answers. But all the anxiety could be a great candidate beneath.
The Chatty Cathy:
The interviewee begins and finishes and never ceases to breathe. They may be uncertain, they may be unsure of their existence; you may be motivated to fill the silence.
The Silent Type:
They are having Quiet speech, Quite Voice and only answer in one word.
The Yes person:
They couldn’t disagree more with you! All you say is welcomed with nods and smiles. If you try, you couldn’t make them disagree with you.
This candidate is very nice and personified. You want them to be your best friend, you forget about the work. This sounds like a lot of fun!