#1: Interview with an employer that isn’t at the top of your list. Consider trying to get an interview for a job that is located a long way from where you live, or a job you are over qualified for. This will give you an opportunity to practice your interviewing skills. You don’t want to go to your first interview in a long time and make easily correctable mistakes.
Every job interview you have will make the next one easier. A \”bad\” job interview, one in which you gave poor answers to questions asked, should be a learning experience. Everyone has experienced job interviews that turned out poorly for a number of reasons. Sometimes you are just not comfortable. Sometimes there is no chemistry between you and the interviewer. Sometimes you are not properly prepared.