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6 Signs Telling You that You Nailed the Interview


Interview Skills

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6 signs to know that you have nailed the interview and most probably on the route to get the job:
  • Interviewer is enjoying the conversation
  • Interviewer shows you around
  • Interviewer goes overtime with the conversation
  • Interviewer tries to sells you the company
  • Interviewer discusses benefits and pay
  • Interviewer asks you for a list of referees

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Hi. In this video, we will discuss 6 signs to know that you have nailed the interview and most probably on route to get the job. This is what all job seekers aim for and dream of and the below signs are an indication you are on the right track.
Here are the signs:
  • Interviewer is enjoying the conversation: You know they are by checking out their body language. If they are smiling, making eye contact and leaning slightly toward you then you are on the right track.
  • Interviewer shows you around: Spending time showing you around the office and introducing you to the rest of the team are good indicators that you are being seriously considered for the job.
  • Interviewer goes overtime with the conversation: Spending more time than the slot designated for your interview means that your recruiter wants to know you better and is interested
  • Interviewer tries to sells you the company: Most of the time you are marketing yourself in an interview, trying to convince the recruiter that you are the one for the job. But, when the table is turned and the interviewer starts to sell you the image of his company then it’s a good sign that are surely considered for the job.
  • Interviewer discusses benefits and pay: If interviewer discusses pay information and benefits that the company is willing to offer, without you asking, then you are on the right track.
  • Interviewer asks you for a list of referees: which gives an indication that they are impressed and want to talk to people who can further recommend your work
As explained earlier, being able to tackle an interview comes with time and practice. But if you weren’t able to nail an interview, cheer up and look forward to your next one. Mistakes do happen and it is the only right way to learn and progress!