I have a job interview this week for a recruiting job to make 33k+ Commission. May not be a lot to some people, but I need the job. Any tips on how to impress in my first in person interview? Had a phone interview today that lasted almost thirty minutes.
Try not to ramble when answering interview questions. Be concise and direct, especially when they're the simple ones.
Also bring in a copy of your resume and any work samples you may have (didn't mention what your prospective job is, so just in case) even if you submitted online/sent it in/etc. Many interviewers like to have something physical to take a look at and it makes you look more on top of things.
It's for a recruiting job at Aerotek. Entry level position. I'll probably take in a couple resume copies. I usually do well with interviews, but never hurts to get some extra advice.