Instead, why not keep it to something like not being as up on Computer Programming as you would like or something that was similarly technical. Do remember that if you state a weakness that you should take a moment to tell them how you are going to fix it!
When you are looking to ace an interview, remember to adhere to the basics. Be polite, be courteous and definitely be on time. This is something that can make a huge impression; you might not win any points for being on time, but you are sure going to lose some if you show up late! The more that you think about it, the more you will see that simply being polite can get you a long way. On your way out, you might like the idea of dropping a thank you note off with the office; any bit of time that they spend thinking about you positively when you are not in the interview with them is a good thing! Take some time to learn more about the company and make sure that you are up to date on any successes or issues that they have been having lately.
When you are ready to go out to an interview, make sure that you are putting your best foot forward. What do you feel your strengths are? They don’t just mean the personal accomplishments that you are most proud of; they mean what you think you can do for their company! How can you put your strength to work for them, and what can they do to make sure that you are going to be giving them the results that they need? Getting hired is all about making sure that they know that you are the best person for the job and that means letting them know that you are going to fit in.
Interviewing for a new job is pretty tough, but the truth of the matter is that you are looking at something that can really turn your life around. Take a moment to find a way to put your best foot forward when you interview.
A. Harrison Barnes is the founder and CEO of CareerMission, the parent company of more than 90 job-search websites, employment services, recruiting firms and student loan companies. CareerMission (originally Juriscape) employs several hundred employees in 14 offices throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. These companies were literally started from Harrison’s garage several years ago after Harrison quit his job. Harrison resides in Malibu, California. He is a sought-after career advice guru and writes articles relating to the legal community. Harrison is an active philanthropist and advocate for people reaching their full potential in their careers. Given his passion for job seekers and them reaching their full ability, Harrison recently started offering a limited number of coaching engagements to job seekers.