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    • DO's and DON'Ts of Resume.
    • DO's and DON'Ts of Interview.
    • DO’s

      • Do express yourself clearly with a strong voice and good diction and grammar.
      • Do respond to questions and back up your statements about yourself with specific examples whenever possible.
      • Do pay close attention to your personal appearance; dress to your advantage.
      • Do offer a firm handshake.
      • Do maintain good eye contact during the interview.
      • Do fill out applications neatly and completely.
      • Do have as much knowledge about the industry, employer, and position as possible.
      • Do exhibit a positive attitude. The interviewer is evaluating you as a potential co-worker. Behave like someone you would want to work with.
      • Do take criticism gracefully.
      • Do display a sense of humor.
      • Do make sure you understand the employer's next step in the hiring process; know when and from whom you should expect to hear next. Know what action you are expected to take next, if any.
      • Do display self-confidence.
      • Do bring a pen and small notebook with you to the interview.
      • Do remember the interviewer's name and use it during the interview.
      • Do take time to think before answering difficult or unexpected questions.
      • Do take an extra copy of your resume and a list of references with you to the interview.
      • Do follow-up with a thank-you note restating your interest in the position.



        • Don't be overbearing, overaggressive or conceited.
        • Don't make excuses. Take responsibility for your decisions and your actions.
        • Don't show a lack of interest or enthusiasm.
        • Don't emphasize money as your main interest in the job.
        • Don't make negative comments about previous employers or professors (or others).
        • Don't make excuses for unfavorable factors on your record.
        • Don't condemn past employers or institutions of education; keep comments positive.
        • Don't make the interviewer guess what type of work you are interested in; it is not the interviewer's job to act as a career advisor to you.
        • Don't be indecisive.
        • Don't display intolerance or prejudice.
        • Don't interview unless you are interested in the job...don't just "shop around."
        • Don't allow your cell phone to sound during the interview. (If it does, apologize quickly and ignore it.) Don't take a cell phone call. Don't look at a text message.
        • Don't be late to the interview.
        • Don't state specific geographic restrictions.
        • Don't contradict yourself in responses.
        • Don't take notes during the interview - jot down your notes immediately after the interview.
        • Don't forget: YOU control the content of the interview.
        • Don't smoke, chew gum, etc. even if offered or if the interviewer does so.

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