Walking into a job interview with sweaty palms and a nervous stomach can often be terrifying, but throw being an introvert into the mix and it could be disaster. However, just because you’re shy and quiet, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t nail the job interview. Here are a few job interview tips for introverts that will help ace the interview and get hired.
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1. Practice Boosts Confidence
2. Understand Your Audience and Know the Setting
Feel free to contact the human resources coordinator, said Whitney, and ask who will conduct the interview and in what setting. "Anytime we can take an unknown off the table for introverts, it's a good thing," said Whitney. Will there be multiple interviews? Will there be a panel? Is this one-on-one? If an introvert can get all of those unknowns out of the way, they will be golden.