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May 30, 2008

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I think it's also important to remember to calm down. Ideally, if you're at the interview both you and the interviewer agree that you can probably do the job. The only thing left to do is convince them they want to work with you. Calm, relaxed people are much more fun to work with than high strung nervous people.

Great point, Erika. And it's not just nervousness, either. Overenthusiasm can be a red flag (or just annoying) to some interviewers as well.

Body language holds a big part of the interview process also. Watching ones body language is sure ot help.

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