Clammy hands, thudding heart, dry mouth - everyone gets unsettled by interviews. But shrug on your best suit, try to conquer your nerves and follow our advice, and youcan't fail to impress.Jon Bentham - guardian.co.uk
Look the part? Sound the part? Just don't let your body language let you down.Hilary Freeman - guardian.co.uk
When it comes to picking the time that will offer you the chance to make the biggest impact, there are various schools of thought. Most non-experts automatically assume that it is best to be seen last, but in fact quite the opposite is true, according to those who have experience of recruitment.Miles Brignall - guardian.co.uk
Rejection is hard even for up and coming international best-selling authors, let alone graduates eager for a first break. Just the sound of the word itself is harsh. Itsimplications are harsher still.Barbara Oaff - guardian.co.uk
Turned down for that job you had your heart set on? Can it help to ask why, or will that only make you feel worse?Laura Marcus - guardian.co.uk
Job hunters are always being told to ask one or two killer questions in an interview. But what will impress an employer - and what will undo your good work?Barbara Oaff - guardian.co.uk
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