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Experts tips on impressing during your next job interview
Struggling to impress in an interview? You’re not the only one with 2.46 million Britons still struggling to find work. To help with the process, we spoke to various experts, from C.V. specialist to life coach, to get their top tips that will boost your confidence and help you rise up from the crowd.
THE C.V AND INTERVIEW EXPERT
Helen Lacy, 34, founded reberryrecruitment.co.uk and is co-writer of ‘175 CV Secrets’
Writing a good covering letter and CV is arguably the most important part of any job application. Make sure you always apply your abilities to the role. Open with ‘I am writing in response to the position of Training Manager because I feel my skills, background and experience are exactly what you need for this role.’
Never embroider the truth on your CV. One in four people lie about dates, job titles and qualifications and usually get found out during a toe-curling interview.
Make eye contact
Avoiding a person’s eye suggests you are sly or shy – neither of which are desirable qualities. If facing an interview panel, give everyone equal eye contact.
Use body language
It is important to connect with your interviewer. Sit slightly forward in your chair to show you’re enthusiastic. Don’t play with your hair or cross your legs. This will make you look defensive.
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