It’s natural to be nervous about a job interview. Someone is about to scrutinize your appearance, mannerisms, what you say, and how you say it.
There are ways to combat that feeling of helplessness, Here are some:
- Be Prepared
- Accentuate the Positive
- Don’t Give In to Desperation
- Practice Relaxation Techniques.
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