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I can give you an example. If one candidate says that JSP is easy, his interview with me has actually ended up. I may continue to beat the bush, but I basically have concluded that this guy is arragant and is potentially not easy-going. Wording is very important in a job interview. One must convince the interviewer that he/she is confident, but he/she also needs to give the interviewer an impression that he/she is a good partner in discussing issues.
In addition, if a Chinese guy interviews you, you cannot speak a single Chinese words unless the former tells you that he/she is Chinese.
If the interviewer makes some wrong statements, you cannot disprove the former. You may express your different opinion by saying "It seems to me .....".
If the interviewer's technical level is not as high as yours, you still need to handle things carefully. Don't try to show off.
Finally, you need to ask some questions if you are asked whether you have any questions or not. Try to ask some neutral questions. For instance, some questions about working schedule, overtime, dress code,.....＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞