When you read information on the Internet, it is always good to remember that anyone can put anything on a webpage. No one checks websites to make sure their information is accurate or up-to-date. This is also true of websites that tell you how to interview for a job. There are lots of websites that have tips and quizzes for people who are looking for a job. They are written for native speakers of English, so the vocabulary can be difficult. I copied some of the rules so I could explain some of the vocabulary. You can click on the words in bold to read a definition. I agree with most of the suggestions, but not all of them. See what you think!
Employers say they are impressed by job candidates who have excellent communication skills, good grooming habits, and relevant work experience. Employers say they want trustworthy new hires who can move right in, get along with their co-workers, and get the job done without having to be babied at each step.
Here are two tests about job interviews. Some vocabulary that you might need is listed below. Click on the word and read the definition. When you click on a link, the page will open in a new window. After you take the tests, see if you agree with the answers. I certainly didn't agree with all of them!
Click on Check at the bottom of the page after you make your choices.