5 interviews for jobs are the first dates

Because we spend most of our lives at work, we'd rather work with the people we work with. No wonder the job interview is often less than what you've done, and who you are. You're both in the hope of what you are

Admit it, you both fall in love. And the resemblence with dates did not end there

Symptom: You will check Google, Facebook, Twitter and friends-grill before you go with someone. You collect as much information as possible than you can meet so you know that your date is not a topkiller

Smart job candidates do the same. If you don't do your homework, you can be sure that you hire a manager

Thus, you must pass a test to find search jobs in Google. Clear the social networks of any suspect-or at least include your privacy settings-and begin to add images and messages that make you look like someone who wants to work with

In fact, you can use your social media to make yourself even more attractive to the company you are interviewing. For example, you can add keywords from the job description to the LinkedIn profile and to the news that is relevant to this location

There are two schools of thought when it comes to first contact: you are either wearing this suit or setting it up depending on the one you're about to meet

Are they shit? Break out the boat shoes. Pisa? Leather jacket

Interviews are the same. Some people have this suit that suits each case. Others use their wardrobe to show personal talent

A few sarcastic tips for job seekers: one that will wear something to make you feel good, because you will be confident. Second, you can't change. And three

He's wearing glasses of Warby Parker, so he should be a hipster. It's on Android, so it has to be technical technology. He leans back in his chair, so he must be arrogant

Although these instincts could have been linked to your 150's on Tinder, an interview is a completely different animal

Career, he never pays to make assumptions based on the outside. You may not like the way she dresses, but she may be the best boss you've ever had. And just because he looks like a cold fish doesn't mean he's going to be alone -- that's just his job interview

A postu doesn't judge a book by its cover, at least about superficial things

The interview starts with a parking lot, in the waiting room, and sometimes even on the subway, as one person looking for a job

Just like the non-educators who are uneducators can suck it off, the same goes for the other

Just put your foot forward and just assume all the girls with the hiring manager. And you will have a leg when you start, and everyone will remember what a good person you were

You had a great time. They seem to be, too. Now you have to wait. And wait

As in the world of dating, where "I have had a very long time," it is very important that the interview is important-and can simply keep the magic alive

You can send e-mail, a postcard, or both (to show your enthusiasm) these days. The reference to some of the special moments that you have divided is telling jokes about the alma-mother, or perhaps sharing the address of your favorite taco. Need additional help with note? (ALL)

I hope your date goes well. And if you're lucky, you'll be on the road to lasting long-term relationships

* Views expressed in respect of the author, and not necessarily for the "Student life" or their partners

Julia Gaynor is the senior writer for Monster.com. It's written for Cosmopolitan in the Los Angeles Times, as well as advertising agencies and started. In these days, she likes to make jobs less frightening-and more fun