10 Interview Tips For Teenagers by Christopher Faulk
Today's teenagers are having more difficulties than ever before. They're dealing with a slew of issues, including harassment, estranged or absentee parents, physical and sexual violence, anxiety, depression, self-harm, and suicidal thoughts, all while living in one of history's most uncertain periods. Worse still, many teenagers remain quiet about their problems, waging a lonely war taking far too many lives.
Consider the younger years as test runs for adulthood. It's time to get some work experience under your belt and start making some good money.Don't be concerned! For starters, calm the nerves in your stomach with these ten interview tips. Then use our mock interview questions to feel confident going into your interview.Take a deep breath is the best advice we can offer you. For your first interview, staying calm and planning ahead of time will place you ahead of the competition.
This book is unique because it compiles information from professionals with advanced expertise in working with teenagers and pre-adolescents. I've collected my interviews with them into this book so you can get instant access to their expert advice, suggestions, and perspectives on a range of issues you and your teen are likely to face.
You will learn:
- How to use a perfect technique to conclude an interview
- How to use personality qualities to make yourself stand out to employers.
- How to formulate and respond to effective interview questions.
- How to write a resume and cover letter that will catch the hiring manager's eye.
- How positive body language affects how people perceive you.
- How good dining and business etiquette will boost your self-esteem.
- How to get better at interpersonal communication.
Practice these top 10 interview questions by following our golden interview tips.Amazon