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LJILJANA 5 minute speech

Today I will talk about interviewing for a job. This is very important when you are searching for a job, be it at a company, or anywhere else. When you do this, you need to be prepared. Prior to the interview, it's important to research the place you'll be interviewing at. It doesn't matter if it's a factory or an institution. So, research the workforce as well as the business and come prepared with questions of your own to the interview as well as a realistic idea of what you want and can get from that job.

One other thing, it's important to pay attention to and adhere to the requirements when filling out the job application. This means that if you don't meet all the criteria, you shouldn't apply. If you're going in person, which is not a guarantee because zoom calls are more popular for this in recent times, it's very important to make sure you dress appropriately. Come confident. Put your best foot forward. You should have an idea of what this job requires, so make sure you display those qualities to the interviewer.

For example, in my job, it is very important to have scientific papers. So if you are applying for a job like mine and your papers have been published in prestigious scientific journals, lead with that. Show them early in the interview.

It's also very important to be sincere during your interview, not just with the interviewer, but with the entire team you'll be working with. Most jobs require you to work as part of a team, and many allow team members to give input after an interview. So, it's important that you establish a connection with everybody.

It's also important to position yourself properly. This means that if you have a skill gap for the position you're applying for, work on it, and let the interviewer know that you are working on it and happy to do so. Treat the job as a learning opportunity and let it be known that's how you see it. It's not just an opportunity to make money or gain position, but an opportunity to develop yourself.

A job interview is not just a request for a job. In some ways, that's not even the most important part of It. It's an opportunity do you learn and to grow, and so in addition to asking for the job, consider asking the interviewer for a critique of your performance during the interview. That level of engagement Is so powerful that it can supersede gaps in your skill set.



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LJILJANA 5 minute speech

Today I will talk about interviewing for a job. This is very important when you are searching for a job, be it at a company, or anywhere else. When you do this, you need to be prepared. Prior to the interview, it's important to research the place you'll be interviewing at. It doesn't matter if it's a factory or an institution. So, research the workforce as well as the business and come prepared with questions of your own to the interview as well as a realistic idea of what you want and can get from that job.

One other thing, it's important to pay attention to and adhere to the requirements when filling out the job application. This means that if you don't meet all the criteria, you shouldn't apply. If you're going in person, which is not a guarantee because zoom calls are more popular for this in recent times, it's very important to make sure you dress appropriately. Come confident. Put your best foot forward. You should have an idea of what this job requires, so make sure you display those qualities to the interviewer.

For example, in my job, it is very important to have scientific papers. So if you are applying for a job like mine and your papers have been published in prestigious scientific journals, lead with that. Show them early in the interview.

It's also very important to be sincere during your interview, not just with the interviewer, but with the entire team you'll be working with. Most jobs require you to work as part of a team, and many allow team members to give input after an interview. So, it's important that you establish a connection with everybody.

It's also important to position yourself properly. This means that if you have a skill gap for the position you're applying for, work on it, and let the interviewer know that you are working on it and happy to do so. Treat the job as a learning opportunity and let it be known that's how you see it. It's not just an opportunity to make money or gain position, but an opportunity to develop yourself.

A job interview is not just a request for a job. In some ways, that's not even the most important part of It. It's an opportunity do you learn and to grow, and so in addition to asking for the job, consider asking the interviewer for a critique of your performance during the interview. That level of engagement Is so powerful that it can supersede gaps in your skill set.

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