This is Part III of a job hunting series covering résumé writing, cover letter writing and interviewing.
You gained a job interview. Now it's time to concentrate on the next step: the interview itself.
First, research the company. Use the Internet and search engines such as www.startribune.com. Call the receptionist and ask him or her to send any marketing materials you can learn from.
During the interview, Lissa Weimelt of The Hiring Experts (www.thehiringexperts.com) says, it's important to think like the person who is going to hire you.
"Provide examples or a brief story of accomplishments you made in your current or past job that showed your value to the company," says Marni Hockenberg, also of The Hiring Experts.
Hockenberg and Weimelt offer these five tips: