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There is always the Possibility of getting Hired

Landing a job is not that easy, especially in today’s challenging and competitive business environment. Many applicants may not be able to find a job even after months of searching. Often, all you need to do is re-evaluate your job hunting strategies to boost your chances of getting hired.

Here are some more tips on how to increase your chances of getting a job.

1. Dress According to the Company

Everybody is as qualified as you. What makes you stand out is your first impression, and the dress is a big part of that. Dress according to the company. Some places do not mind informal wear, while some are sticklers for formal dressing. Go with the crowd choice.

2. Know everything about the company

Knowing everything about the company is the first item on how to prepare for an interview. Don't turn up for an interview at Google with no knowledge of how diverse their products are.

3. Ask meaningful questions that show up your worth

We want the interviewer to sit up and take notice of you. Usually, there comes the point in the interview when they ask if you have any questions for them. Answer 'plenty' and start shooting off a detailed list. Be clear. Be concise. But most of all, be insightful.

4. Prepare for the 'Weakness' Question

You do know that the 'weakness' they ask you for must never be answered with a genuine weakness, right? Disguise strength into a liability. Or else, answer honestly but always with the apparent subtext that you are committed to personal growth.

5. Appear Focused and Sound Confident

Always answer questions to the point. And if you don't know the right answer tell them the truth. However, you can add the portions that you do know.

6. Prove That You Fit the Company Culture

Always assure the board that you will do whatever it takes to imbibe the company values and be a journeyman your colleagues can count on. You will try to seamlessly merge into the already existing structure without creating any negative ripples. Once the job is yours, prove it to them.

"If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door." — Milton Berle
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