Tips for making a good first impression during an interview

08/26/2013 | Mashable

Job seekers should dress well, shake hands and avoid slouching to make a good first impression during an interview, career expert Jennifer Parris writes in this blog post. She also advises avoiding filler words such as, "um," and "like." "Going on a job interview can be a stressful experience for even the most seasoned job seeker," she writes, adding: "Practice your interviewing skills to ensure that you'll always put your best foot forward and get the job you really want."

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