Before the Interview
Start of the Interview
Middle of the Interview
End of Interview/Follow Up
Career Lingo
100

Doing your homework for an interview means doing what?

What is researching the job?

100

Who should you notify when you arrive for your interview?

What is the secretary or receptionist? 

100

How should you sit in an interview?

What is with good posture and facing the interviewer?

100

What type of questions should you ask at the end of the interview?

What is job-related questions?

100

This is a form used to apply for a job. It can be paper or found online.

What is an application?

200

What should you bring extra copies of to an interview?

What is your resume and/or portfolio?

200

What is something you should avoid during the interview?

What is chewing gum, touching things on the desk, fidgeting, etc.? 

200

What type of attitude should you have during the interview?

What is positive?
200

If offered a job, can you think about it for a day or must you give an answer at that moment?

What is you can think about it for a day?

200
What department of the government collects our taxes?

What is the IRS (internal revenue service)?

300

True or false: It is best to wear neutral colors such a white, black, or gray to a job interview. If false, what colors should you wear?

What is true?
300

When should you sit down?

What is when the interviewer tells you to have a seat?

300

Should you lie to an interviewer and say you have a skill when you don't?

What is no?

300

What should you send to your interviewer after an interview?

What is a thank you email/note?

300

True or false: Net wages is the money you have before taxes are collected. If it is false, what is the correct answer?

What is false? The correct answer is gross wages.

400

What are two hygiene routines that should be done before you leave for the interview? 

What is brush your hair and wear deodorant?

400

How should you shake hands?

What is firmly?

400

True or false: you can ask the interviewer to restate and question AND you can take a few seconds to think about the answer. If false, how can you correct this?

What is true?

400
If told to call back, how long should you wait to call back?

What is a week?

400

What are two things that can be found on a resume?

What is education, qualifications, and/or previous employment?

500

How early should you be to an interview?

What is 5-15 minutes early?

500

What are two things you should do when the interviewer greets you?

What is shake hands, make eye contact, introduce yourself, and/or be confident/positive?

500

What is an example of an illegal question?

What is asking about your age, race, religion, ethnicity, and/or marital status?

500

What types of questions should you only ask if hired on the spot?

What is questions about salary, hours, and/or benefits?

500

Name two soft skills that are good to have in a job.

What are team work, creativity, time management, communication, etc.?

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