To calm your nerves before a job interview, ask a friend or family member to give you feedback on your nervous habits, such as tapping a pen or using unnecessary pauses, suggests Rebecca Edwards of Infinite HR. Also, think ahead about what you want the interviewer to feel about you -- such as if you are reliable or creative -- suggests Elizabeth Roberts of eGenesis.
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