This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to survive the dreaded job interview and land in your dream job. It will teach you how to dress appropriately for an interview. It will also educate you with the common questions asked during an interview and how you should answer. This book also gives importance to body language, your unconscious way of communication during the interview. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...What to Wear?What to Expect in an Interview? How to Land your Dream Job?Body LanguageFrequently Asked Questions and How to AnswerPhysical Interview vs. Skype InterviewOnce You Landed the JobMuch, much more!What to Expect in an Interview? How to Land your Dream Job?Finally, the company you applied in called you for an interview. Partly you are excited and nervous. You are a few steps away from landing your dream job. So what to expect and what should you do? Expect the following: Pressure. You’ll feel pressure as the interview goes on. It’s normal to be nervous but anticipate how you intend to answer objectively all the questions that would be given to you. Questions. From your personal life to work-related experiences, the interviewer would like to evaluate you before they even consider hiring you. Competition. Expect that you’re not the only applicant doing the interview. Plan ahead on how you can upstage your competitors. Prepare questions for the interviewer. Even though you’re the interviewee, it’s handy to have a few questions prepared. It’s a sign that you’re interested with the company. You are curious about the company and interviewer, as well. And the question that every job applicant asks, “How do I land my dream job?” Below are some tips that would set you apart from the other applicants: When asked a question, apply the STAR technique. Situation. Task. Activity. Result. The STAR technique presents your answer in a direct and concrete manner. For example, the interviewer asked you, “How well do you handle stress?” Situation: I was one of the organizers for a graduation fashion show and one of the judges had an emergency on graduation day, and he couldn’t make it. Task: Look for someone who can replace him with similar credentials. Activity: I called a fashion designer friend, and he agreed to be part of the judging panel. Result: The judge panel was completed and the graduation show went on smoothly. Ask questions during the course of the interview. Converse with the interviewer. By asking the interviewer, you are showing that you are really interested in working in their company. Questions like, “What do you expect of me, if I work as an executive assistant? “What do like most about this company?” Research on the company, ask about their core values and future plans. Use it to expand your questions.