Nowadays the interview plays an indispensable part in seeking a job. Its success will determine whether or not you will get the job you applied. So how do we succeed in a job interview?
There are many factors. According to psychologists it depends more on the first impression you leave: how you look, how you sound and what you say. All of those factors are of great importance. In the first place how you look makes up 55% of a first impression. This includes facial expressions body language and eye contact as well as clothing and general appearance. Among those clothing is the most important to show your respect to the interviewers and to leave the interviewers a good impression in the end. In the second place how you sound makes up 38% of the first impression. This includes how fast or slowly loudly or softly you speak. So make sure that you sound friendly interested confident and happy in answering any inquires in the interview. Finally what you say counts for only 7% of the message. Therefore attach more importance to your appearance and expressions rather than your words.
All in all no one will escape from the interview. Remember the above points and you will succeed in the interview.
Recently many people begin to find jobs on internet. Instead of looking for a job in a personnel market or in the ads of newspapers or magazines a job hunter tends to look for a job on the Net. Because of its convenience, high success rate and more opportunities on the Internet In fact many people now resort to the way of hunting for jobs less depending upon the traditional way.
There are many advantages that people take advantage of this modern scientific and technological product—Internet. Firstly it's very convenient. A job seeker can look for a job without bothering to get recommendation or wasting time at an employment exchange. Secondly it's quite simple. A job hunter can get a job by simply clicking the ads online and sending one's resume through an E-mail. Lastly it's fair for everyone can utilize this modern means to win his or her opportunities even if one fails to find a job.
In a word with the increasing popularity of Internet I think this new way of hunting for jobs will win favor among many job hunters in China.