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面试技巧和注意事项(双语)

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2015年09月25日

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不管你有什么样的简历和才华,如果在面试上砸了,你就无法得到那个职位。如今经济困难的情况下,你需要用到每一个优势。

(No matter your resume and talents, if you mess up a job interview you won’t get thatposition. In today’s tough economy you need every possible edge。)

下面10个简单的事情,将极大提升你被录用的可能性:带着合适的表情、知道什么是不该说的,以及绝对不要流汗等等。

(Here are 10 things to do that will dramatically increase your chances: from wearing the right expression, to knowing what not to say, to never ever breaking a sweat。)
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1. 不要“笑脸盈盈”

(Don’t be a "smiley face.")

面试中过度微笑会被视作紧张和缺乏自信。笑容可掬的一个人看上去是虚假的,而这些很快会被面试官发现。相反,做一个有思想、令人愉快的人。在有东西值得笑时才去笑。先在镜子或朋友面前练习练习。

(Excessive smiling in a job interview is seen for what it is -- nervousness and a lack of confidence. A smiley-face person exudes phoniness, whichwill quickly be picked up by the interviewer. Instead be thoughtful andpleasant. Smile when there’s something to smile about. Do a practicerun in front of a mirror or friend。)

2. 不要扯闲话

(Don’t be a small-talker。)

你的任务是对参加面试的单位有充分了解。昨晚电视节目《星随舞动》的内容或你最喜爱的博客等话题都不会让你得到这份工作。绝对不要觉得自己非得在面试里不停地闲谈。找到途径谈论和该行业或公司有关的话题。片刻间歇的沉默比用胡言乱语填充面试要更好。

(Your job is to be knowledgeable about the company for which you’reinterviewing. Random facts about last night’s episode of "Dancing withthe Stars" or your forite blog will not get you the job. Never feelyou he to fill an interview with small talk. Find ways to talk aboutserious subjects related to the industry or company. Pockets of silenceare better than padding an interview with random babble。)

3.不要流汗

(Don’t sweat。)

衣服多穿了一点点或穿了件汗衫可能让你失去一份工作。手掌有汗,或额头上的汗珠不会给人留下好印象。你不是在申请个人运动教练。出汗将被看作是一个表示柔弱和紧张的迹象。穿着你的面试服装在朋友面前先实际演练一下。面试绝对不是你希望感汗流浃背的场合。

(You can lose a job by wearing an undershirt or simply a little toomuch clothing. Sweaty palms or beads on your forehead will not impress.You are not applying to be a personal trainer. Sweat will be seen as asign of weakness and nervousness. Do a practice run with your jobinterview outfit in front of friends. The job interview is one placeyou definitely don’t want to be hot。)

4. 不要做拦路石

(Don’t be a road block。)

面试官在寻求的是那些渴望接受有挑战性的项目和工作的人员。犹豫和拒绝的心态将会是赫然醒目的,消极的信号。对于一些你是否对某些任务或工作有兴趣等会让你迟疑的的问题,要练习说“是”。

(Interviewers are seeking candidates eager to take on challenging projects and jobs. Hesitance and a nay-saying mentality will be asvisible as a red tie and seen as a negative. Practice saying "yes"to questions about your interest in tasks and work that might normallygive you pause。)

5. 不要琐碎

(Don’t be petty。)

询问午餐房间或会议室在哪里是在暗示你缺乏准备和主动性。做好准备。不要询问诸如:物品位置、你的办公隔间大小,公司对喝咖啡休息时间的政策等公司的常规事务或职能。

(Asking the location of the lunchroom or meeting room will clue theinterviewer into your lack of preparation and initiative. Prepare.Don’t ask questions about routine elements or functions of a company:where stuff is, the size of your cube, and company policy on coffeebreaks。)

6.不要撒谎

(Don’t be a liar。)

研究表明,员工在职场上经常会撒谎。撒谎无法给你带来一份工作。在面试时,即便是一点的夸张都算撒谎。别那么做。不要夸大你的简历或美化你的成绩。和一位适度自信的人,以及和一位吹牛的人谈话是不一样的。一个谎言会破坏全部面试,有经验的面试者一定会发现那个谎言,让你离开。

(Studies show that employees lie frequently in the workplace. Lyingwon’t get you a job. In a job interview even a slight exaggeration islying. Don’t. Never stretch your resume or embellish accomplishments.There’s a difference between speaking with a measured confidence and engaging in BS. One liecan ruin your entire interview, and the skilled interviewer will spotthe lie and show you the door。)

7. 不要成为糟糕的滑稽演员

(Don’t be a bad comedian。)

幽默往往是十分主观的东西,虽然也许容易在你的面试时用一个幽默开始,但是,对你的笑料内容一定要小心。你可能对面试官的敏感度一无所知,更加不知道什么能博得他们大笑。可另一方面,没有什么会比一点点笑声更能缓解一次面试时的紧张,所以,用’真是面试的好天气!“‘这样的话,你能至少赢得一点礼貌的笑声。

(Humor tends to be very subjective, and while it may be tempting tolead your interview with a joke you’ve got to be careful about yourmaterial. You probably will know nothing about the sensibilities ofyour interviewer, let alone what makes them laugh. On the other hand,nothing disarms the tension of a job interview like a little laughter,so you can probably score at least a courtesy chuckle mentioning that it’s "perfect weather for a job interview!"。)

8. 不要太难伺候

(Don’t be high-maintenance。)

如果你开始谈论理想中的办公室温度、你疼痛的后背适合的椅子、饮水机需要装进口矿泉水等问题,那么不论你的资格如何,可能你将被示以一个礼貌的微笑,还有送客的大门。如今任何招聘单位都不会寻找对他们办公地点过分讲究的人。

(If you start talking about the ideal office temperature, the perfectchair for your tricky back, and how the water cooler needs to be filledwith imported mineral water, chances are you’ll be shown a polite smileand the door, regardless of your qualifications. Nobody hiring today is going to be looking for someone who’s going to be finicky about their workspace。)

9.不要浪费时间

(Don’t be a time-waster。)

每一次面试时,潜在雇员都会有提问的机会。让你的问题显得聪明一些,直截了当,同时通过观察对面的面试官来决定提问是否恰当。问太多不相干的问题,你会被认为是一个注定要用无足轻重和费时的事情来浪费公司资源的人。

(At every job interview, the prospective hire is given the chance toask questions. Make yours intelligent, to the point, and watch theperson across the desk for visual cues whether you’ve asked enough. Asktoo many questions about off-target matters and you’ll be thought of assomeone destined to waste the company’s resources with insignificantand time-wasting matters。)

10.不要出语伤人

(Don’t be a switchblade。)

一般来说,出语伤人者被看作一位背后捅刀子的人,通常会领别人工作的功劳。在面试时,这种人禁不住要说前雇主的“坏话”。如果你让你过去的工作地点看上去像是地球上的地狱,那么面试你的人也许会打电话给他们,看看谁才是真正的恶魔。

(Normally the switchblade is thought of a backstabber, often takingcredit for someone else’s work. In an interview setting, theswitchblade can’t help but "trash talk" his former employer. If youmake it seem like your former workplace was hell on Earth, the person interviewing you might be tempted to call them to find out who was the real devil。)


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