Job interviews are extremely draining experiences, even moreso if you’re shy, or if you’re introverted and spend a ton of energy just putting yourself out there and trying to sell yourself proactively. There’s no getting around the norms of the interview, but this graphic does offer some tips for people who find it tiresome in the first place.
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My girlfriend sent me these before an interview and now I scored my first job at Starbucks. Hope it can help someone else.