How to respond to an invitation to an interview
At the moment, it is especially difficult to find work for students who have just graduated from a university and do not have work experience. Do not despair if you can not find a job right away. Strive for success, and sooner or later he will come to you.
If you received an invitation for an interview from a company that you have long wanted to get a job in, carefully prepare a response letter. Write it in a free form without unnecessary formality, which will create a simple and trusting relationship between you and the employer.
Write the answer as follows:
“Dear ... (here indicate the name and initials of the person who wrote you an invitation letter for an interview)
Your letter received.
Thank you for invitation. I will be at a specified time.
Put your signature.
Such a concise and succinct response to an invitation to an interview will create a good reputation in the company where you want to get a job. Send this email the day after receipt. In no case do not send the letter immediately after receipt, create the impression that you are considering the decision, weighing all the pros and cons. On the day of the trip to the employer, put on your best business suit and bring yourself to the proper look. After all, the first impression of the job seeker is often the determining factor in hiring.
At the interview, behave calmly, clearly and concisely answer the questions asked to you. Thus, you will create a good impression of yourself. Prepare in advance for all possible questions that may be asked or asked. And think over them the most successful and correct answers that your employer will like. Do not be discouraged if you were unable to pass an interview in the first company to which you came to get a job. Gradually improving your skills and abilities, you will soon find a place of work that fully opens up all your opportunities.