Introverts and job interview are words that shouldn’t be combined in the same sentence. But alas, the real world shows us that in order to find a job or to move up the career ladder, we have to go through the scrutinizing process of sitting down for an interview.
As much as we want to stay in our beds all day cuddling a book or marathoning TV shows, we need to go out and make a living. But first, we have to survive a job interview or two.
After going through tons of articles sharing tips on how I can ace it, I realized that it’s easier said than done. Functioning flawlessly in social situations is not exactly your forte, so carrying a conversation with new people freaks you out way more than it should.
There are tons of interview tips floating online, but they often fly over your head. Sell yourself, they say. Be confident, they say. But how exactly are you going to do that especially when you are an introvert?