7 Job Interview Tips For Interviewees
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7 Job Interview Tips For Interviewees

post by Hong Yuan

by Hong Yuan

Apr 1, 2024
at 3:27 PM

As a job seeker, do you wonder what qualities CEOs value most in candidates and what specific qualifications and requirements they look for during interview?


This time we interviewed the founder of Printcious about how they conduct the interview session.

Printcious is a company that sells merchandise products such as t-shirts, mugs, tote bags, button badges, lanyards, and ID cards for customers like companies, startups, government agencies, colleges and universities, NGOs, etc to promote their brand, events, products, and services.


From their interview experience, below are some interview tips for interviewees:

  1. Research the company and interviewers

Encourage job seekers to research the company they're interviewing with thoroughly. This includes understanding its mission, values, products or services, and recent news or developments. This knowledge demonstrates genuine interest and enthusiasm during the interview.

Research the company


  1. Prepare Interview Questions and Answers

Suggest that jobseekers prepare responses to commonly asked interview questions, such as "Tell me about yourself" or "What are your strengths and weaknesses?" Practicing responses can help them articulate their experiences and qualifications effectively.

Prepare Interview Questions and Answers


  1. Highlight Achievements and Skills

Encourage job seekers to highlight their hard skills, soft skills, achievements, and successes during the interview. Whether exceeding sales targets, leading a successful project, or receiving awards or recognition, showcasing tangible results can make a strong impression on interviewers.
Highlight Achievements and Skills


  1. Ask Thoughtful Questions

Remind job seekers of the importance of asking thoughtful questions during the interview. Encourage them to inquire about the company culture, opportunities for growth and development, and expectations for the role. Asking insightful questions demonstrates engagement and initiative.
Ask Thoughtful Questions



  1. Office-Appropriate Dresses

Remind job seekers to dress appropriately for the interview, taking into account the company culture and industry norms. While attire may vary depending on the organization, making a professional and polished impression is essential.
Office-Appropriate Dresses


  1. Arrive Early and Be Prepared

Stress the importance of arriving early for the interview and being prepared with copies of their resume, a list of references, and other relevant documents. Being punctual and organized reflects positively on the candidate.
Arrive Early and Be Prepared


  1. Practice Good Body Language

Lastly, advise job seekers to pay attention to their body language during the interview. They should maintain eye contact, smile, and sit up straight to convey confidence and professionalism.
Practice Good Body Language


By incorporating these tips into your interview, you can have a higher chance of passing the interview.