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  Conduct Some Research on the Company  
 
If you are interviewing with a company that is unfamiliar to you conduct some research. In most interviews, the interviewer asks what you feel you can contribute to the company, and it is very difficult to answer that question if you do not know anything about it. You can learn a great deal of information by reading their annual report which is usually displayed prominently in the reception area—make a point to arrive in enough time to read through it while you are waiting. The About Me page on the company’s website is another good place to locate information.

If you do not have access to a computer at home or work, you can go to the library and look up some information on the company for whom you are considering working. Although it may seem unimportant right now, you will present yourself favorably by learning something about the company—it shows you are sincere and ambitious. When there is a decision to be made between you and someone else who has not taken the time to discover information about the company, you will score more points in the final evaluation.

If you learn something about the company, you can get a better idea whether you will be a good fit and whether you really want to work for that company. The problem with interviewing is you do not always get a clear picture of the company, and you do not want to ask questions and admit you have not done any research. The more you know about the company the better able you and the interviewer will be to decide if you are a good fit for the position in question. Sometimes there isn’t time to conduct a great deal of research but you need to gather enough information to show the interviewer you have at least heard of the company and know what they provide in the way or products and services.

It is also important to find out about a company for which you are considering working because they may be involved in causes in which you do not believe. For example, if they support stem cell research and you do not that may not be a company for which you would want to work. If you know these kinds of things before the interview— or at least before the hiring, process is complete—you can avoid choosing a company who has beliefs contrary to yours.




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