4. Brag a Little

It really is all about walking that thin line between being humble and unassuming but also getting across all of your most valuable assets, opinions and qualifications to the interviewer. To put it plainly, nobody loves a smartass.

You might be good at the job, but you won’t come across pleasantly from a personal point of view and this is incredibly important in a face to face interview. Try to find a way to mention all of your best traits and achievements in a way that doesn’t create an air of superiority. You want them to hire you because you think that the company can enhance you as a person and you respect what they do, not because you think that you are entitled to the job or that they need your specific expertise!

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