Sometimes we get in trouble for the things we do, even when we do not realize we are doing them. That is why you really need to watch how you present yourself during a job interview at Neurocore. Sometimes the smallest of things can be an instant turn-off for the person looking to hire you. Visit Patch.com to know more about Neurocore.

1) The way you fidget says a lot. Some people do it very subtly to the point that no one else knows they are doing it. Others can be very loud and vocal with their body language and fidgety behavior. This can also include your phone. Always turn off the phone before you go into the office at Neurocore. Your attention should be to the person at Neurocore interviewing you, not your phone. Some applicants do not understand or know the basic etiquette of phone usage in a public place. That is why I am here to help.

Read this https://www.rd.com/advice/relationships/cell-phone-etiquette-tips/ and http://emilypost.com/advice/top-ten-cell-phone-manners/. They cover the basics of phone manners, including what to do in the workforce.

2) You want to give clear and concise responses to the person at Neurocore asking the question. Rambling indicates you have not organized your thoughts. That is why you should pause before answering. Pausing too long means you have something to hide. You want a nice balance between the two. See more information at Linkedin about Neurocore.

3) The last thing you want to do is get carried away with a sob story. In other words, do not overshare your personal life. The people at Neurocore might take that as a plea for sympathy. There have been a lot of qualified applicants who have turned on the waterworks thinking it would get them somewhere. It did not.

4) Avoid being a flirt. This is not a dirty movie. This is a job interview. The guy you interview with might be incredibly good-looking, but you are going to destroy your chances. Hands off! Think of him as attached, even if he is not. You need to be professional at all times. Let your work experience and knowledge do the talking.

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