Post # 1
I’m so nervous I have not had to go to an interview in the last 5 years. This job market is so terrible that I’m afraid of messing it up. This was the 18th application that I filled out since I graduated from school in June. This is the first interview that I’ve even been called too. Ugg!! Now I have find a interview outfit and that I have no idea what to wear. What are some of the crazy questions that they might ask me?? I hate that question on “what would your boss say about you” or “What are your worst qualities?” I hate answering those?? My nerves are going to be shot by Monday
Post # 3
Wear a suit.
What kind of job is it for? that GREATLY changes the kinds of questions you’ll get
Post # 4
Its for a Radiology Tech. job. I don’t own a suit:( I pretty sure I could not afford one at this point either.
Post # 5
I don’t think it’s necessary to wear a suit, but business casual would be a good idea. How about wearing slacks, a cardigan, and a button down shirt? I’m not sure what kind of questions you would get, but I’m with you–I hate “what would people say is your worst quality?”
Post # 6
Congrats and Good Luck! I hate those type of questions as well. What I did was research different way to answer those questions and personalize the answer so that it fit me.
Also try not to fidget and say “um” a lot; if needed, practice in front of the mirror or with a friend.
Post # 7
Make sure you are prepared for the what is your worst quality question. You want to make your answer positive, for example: I’m a bad speller, so I make sure that I use the spell checker before I send out a document or e-mail that others will see.
Post # 8
Have someone prep you for these questions. Go in confidently, believe that you are qualified for this job but not in an arrogant sort of way, trust that you have the abilities!
Post # 9
You know you can do the job.
Do some research about the facility so you can work some of it into your interview. Employers are always impressed by candidates who know something about the employer.
Also, remember to take your time to answer. You don’t have to blurt out the first thing that comes to mind.