Interviewing for a job has a way of setting your nerves on edge. It is, after all, a very vulnerable experience. You’re called in to sit before someone as they critically examine your work and character with off-the-cuff questions you have to give perfect answers to.
Preparation, of course, is key to making sure you don’t get overwhelmed, but sometimes it can be tough to know how to prepare. You aren’t in school anymore; a job interview isn’t something you can memorize a bunch of facts for. But you can and should prepare, and it’s not as hard as it might seem. Equipping yourself both physically and mentally will allow you to approach an interview with courage and confidence rather than nervousness.