How to understand that you are not getting the job

Thinking about a career? You know, the hardest part of career is finding a job. For many people, job interviews are basically a fear, it is called interview phobia. There are usually several steps to go through to get a job. Today’s article is mainly for those who want to work in private and multinational or international companies.

Like- first interview training reference check and all final verification. You can’t reach all these steps unless you clear the preliminary interview. A company selects from thousands of CVs and calls for an initial interview, after the interview there is only waiting, and after all you get the job, the idea works, which is time-consuming. But you can get out of this completely time dependent thing if you are a little careful.

If you think about the following 7 things, then after the interview you will be able to imagine whether you will get the job or not. But know the 7 reasons organized by Bangladesh Career Club.

1. Limited time interview
Usually, at the beginning of the interview, the interviewer will give you a briefing about the interview, where you will also be given an idea about the time of the interview. If the interview ends earlier than expected, assume you are not shortlisted. If the interview goes on for a long time, assume the interviewer is interested in you. If the interviewer is interested in you, they will try to verify you in different ways, will be interested in your statement. And this interest may guarantee your next job. But if the interviewer is not interested, your interview will end quickly.

2. Inattentive interviewer
Another key sign of a bad interview is the interviewer’s inattention. If your conversation with the interviewer does not start well at the beginning of the interview, you may not get the job. There can be many reasons behind this, maybe your first meeting with the interviewer didn’t go well or the company has already got their best candidate. You are being interviewed just by the rules. So in short, if the interviewer is not paying attention to your words, then you should prepare for the next interview. But in these cases your intelligent answer-behavior can get you the interviewer’s attention. So be sure to think carefully about what you say next in the interview.

3. Simple questions and interviews
Don’t assume the job is yours at the end of the interview if the recruiter asks you general questions like about your experience or about yourself. The main purpose of the interview is to find qualified candidates through hypothesis or brain storming or to properly verify the qualifications of the interviewee in a limited time. If the interviewer sticks to your CV based discussion only, you will understand that your first impression was not correct or there is another reason.

4. Is the employer selling his company or job to you?
You may be surprised, why the employer will sell his company? It actually means whether the company is evaluating you correctly. Employers will always hire new people. So if they think you’re the next best fit for the company, they’ll want to get you interested in the company as well. And if the company is aware of your qualifications, they will automatically evaluate you or give you the right price. The same is called selling the employer’s company or selling the job.
Just like you need the job, the employer needs qualified people. If they find you qualified, then in the interview itself they will give you a fair idea of ​​the company’s present-future, what kind of opportunities they will provide. And if these things are not discussed, understand that you are not on their wish list.

5. When can you join?
Skilled and qualified people and those who change jobs regularly hear this question all the time. Companies hire new people only when they have vacancies or need additional staff. If the company gives you a genuine appointment letter then definitely ask this question. Because hiring a new person means a lot of work including new paperwork, training which is time consuming. So if this discussion is not on the table, prepare for the next interview.

6. Don’t talk about salary
If the interview goes well, salary will be discussed in the middle or at the end of the interview. Because if the interviewer thinks you are a good fit for their company or team, they will want to negotiate a salary with you. It is not necessary to find qualified people, but to keep them. So when your qualifications and needs match the employer’s desire, you will know that you have got the job.

7. Ending the interview inconclusively
Any company vets new members carefully. So any job process goes through several steps like first step is interview, training, verification. If the initial interview goes well, the employer himself will inform you about the next step. If you are the first shortlisted person then you may be informed about the next steps like training, verification test time. But if you are not explained about these next steps at the end of the interview, you can assume that you will not get the call.

So after coming with the job interview, if you look at the above signs, there is no possibility of getting your call, but don’t get upset, don’t waste time and stick with new enthusiasm.

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