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Introduction:

Welcome to Bella’s Collection’s Blog! Today we are going to give you some major interview tips! We are going to help you prepare and what to wear! Check out our table of contents below to see everything we talk about today! Come into the store today and we can help you pick out the greatest outfit for your next occasion!

Table of contents:

  • What to wear
  • Preparing Tips
  • Interview question/answer examples.
  • Bonus tip!
  • Conclusion

What to wear:

When getting ready for an interview, there is a lot of things to cover! First and Foremost we are going to go over what to wear. 

What you wear is going to depend on the kind of job you are going to an interview for! 

Ladies Dresses

You would wear a dress like above in a business casual setting or just a business setting. If you wear a pair of panty hose it will take it another step up and really impress!

Office Wear

A ladies suit is very professional. You are sure to impress if you show up dressed like this! We also have women’s pant suits!

Prepping Tips:

  • Carefully read the job description: How you prepare and how you dress!
  • Make sure you are qualified for the job you are interviewing for! 
  • Research the company before you interview. This will show during the interview and leave a GREAT first impression.
  • Consider your answers to common interview questions. The words you use are truly what will decide how the interview turns out. 
  • Conduct mock interviews with a friend. 
  • Bring a printed copy of your resume.

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Interview Question/Answer Examples:

  • Why do you want to work here?
    The best way to prepare for this question is to learn about the products, services, mission, history and culture of the company. In your answer, mention the aspects of the company that appeal to you and align with your career goals.

    Example: “I’d love the opportunity to work with a company that’s making a difference. Finding a company with a positive work environment and values that align with my own has remained a priority throughout my job search, and this company ranks at the top of the list.”

  • What interests you about this role?
    Employers ask this question to make sure you understand the role, and to give you the opportunity to highlight your relevant skills. It can be helpful to compare the role requirements against your skills and experience. Choose a few things you particularly enjoy or excel at, and focus on those in your answer.

    Example: “I’ve been passionate about user experience design for most of my professional career. I was excited to see this company uses Adobe products because I’m well-versed in the entire suite. Also, I’m a huge advocate for applying agile workflows to design. I think it’s the most effective way to tackle large projects. I was able to successfully build and launch an agile process in my previous role as UX manager, and we saw considerable improvements in project speed.”

  • What are your greatest strengths?
    This question gives you an opportunity to talk about both your technical and soft skills. When an interviewer asks you to describe your strengths, share qualities and personal attributes and then relate them back to the role for which you’re interviewing.

    Example: “I’m a natural problem-solver. I find it rewarding to dig deep and uncover solutions to challenges—it’s like solving a puzzle. It’s something I’ve always excelled at, and something I enjoy. Much of product development is about finding innovative solutions to challenging issues, which is what drew me to this career path in the first place.”

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Bonus Tip:

 If you don’t know the answer to a certain question, it is perfectly acceptable to pause for a moment and simply state, “Let me think about that for a moment.” The employer will appreciate you taking time to give them a thoughtful answer. Be sure to provide specific examples wherever possible. Taking time to prepare for an interview will ultimately help you feel more relaxed and confident during the process.

Send a follow up:

After your interview, you should prepare to follow up with the employer. Doing so reminds the employer of your conversation, shows them you are genuinely interested in the position and gives you the opportunity to bring up points you forgot to mention.

Here are a few steps you can follow when crafting a follow-up note:

  • In the first paragraph, mention the specific job title and thank your interviewer.
  • In the second paragraph, note the company’s name as well as a conversation point and/or goal that seemed especially important to the person you spoke with. Connect that point to your experience and interests.
  • In the final paragraph, invite them to ask you any additional questions and close by saying you’re looking forward to hearing back.

Conclusion:

Thank you for reading our blog today! We went over some main interview tips to help you with your upcoming career searching experience! 

Stop in the store today so we can help you find the perfect outfit! It’s not just about looking good! It’s about feeling good too! Your confidence can be the final deciding factor in the interview! 

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