Nailing a job requires a lot of work. It requires confidence in oneself that the job is theirs for the taking. Having an excellent track record with employment helps. Leave all the negative thoughts about your current or previous employer at the door because if you share them with your potential new employer it does not paint you in a pretty picture. This goes without saying, but prepare for the interview, avoid stammering and don't be long winded. Make and keep eye contact. Firm handshakes are key as well. Your appearance is what will get their attention first show up in a best attire.
Research and more research. Find out what they do and how best you can provide service to help them achieve their goal (e.g. service delivery to the aged..."I've worked in a number of aged care facilities blah blah...")
Secondly, you must have experience in whatever field it is, even if it's gained through volunteering.
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