You'll never need rock solid interview skills
more than in your 20s. Presenting a great candidacy for a choice role is crucial when you're trying to add experience to your resume. We have a few ideas when it comes to interview etiquette, worth putting into practice, asap.1. DON'T COMPLAIN ABOUT YOUR CURRENT SITUATION
The interview equivalent of "no whining," complaining about your current situation (school, bad job, etc) is simply bad form. Your prospective employer doesn't want to feel like an escape route. They want to feel like this specific role, and this company are what drew you in, and that they're two things you can dedicate your professional self to. You new position is not a safe haven, it's a place to show 'em what you can do.