Using these important etiquette tips before setting out for your upcoming interview for a junior position, such as a video editing internship, will be important to ensuring you put your best foot forward and let only your best qualities shine through.
The infographic, compiled by Rasmussen College, offers up words of advice for what to do before, during and after the interview process. The tips range from basic no-brainers, such as not to chew gum at the interview, to covering more uncertain questions such as whether to write a note afterwards.
Though many of these tips are most pertinent for those just getting their foot in the door of a difficult industry to infiltrate, perhaps with an editorial internship, it is also good for professionals to be reminded every now and again. Plus, there is also a section of etiquette do's and don't's if your interview is over dinner.
Best Interview Practices are Essential to Getting the Job
1. Interview Etiquette Tips - Tips compiled in an infographic for successful job interviews, from preparation to follow-up.
2. Internship Programs - Junior positions such as video editing and editorial interns require proper interview etiquette for success.
3. Professional Development - Experienced professionals can also benefit from reviewing proper interview etiquette.
1. Education - Rasmussen College compiled this infographic as a resource for students and alumni.
2. Media and Entertainment - Internship programs in video editing and editorial sectors require interview skills for success.
3. Hospitality and Tourism - Etiquette do's and don't's for dinner interviews are relevant for this industry.