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  • How you interview for a job will determine whether or not you get hired.

    如何面試,將決定你是否被錄用。

  • Well, I like to think that I haven't already decided but I've already, at least,

    好吧,我想我還沒有決定... ...但我已經決定了,至少。

  • started to form an opinion that's negative.

    開始形成一種意見,就是消極的。

  • What caused this businessman to form a negative opinion?

    是什麼原因導致這位商人形成了負面意見?

  • Clothing.

    服裝:

  • What you will you wear to your next job interview?

    下一次面試你會穿什麼衣服?

  • This may seem like a shallow question, but as I interviewed experts,

    這看似是一個淺顯的問題,但隨著我採訪專家。

  • I realized it's definitely a very important thing to consider.

    我意識到這絕對是一件非常重要的事情。

  • Before you even open your mouth for the first time,

    在你第一次開口之前。

  • you will have begun your first impression with the way you visually present yourself.

    你將已經開始你的第一印象與你的視覺呈現方式。

  • In today's video, we'll sit down with three experts to discuss how to prepare yourself for an interview.

    在今天的視頻中,我們將與三位專家坐下來討論如何為面試做準備。

  • From planning what you wear to maintaining your rituals on the day of the interview.

    從計劃穿什麼衣服到維持面試當天的禮儀。

  • Let's make sure you have the best interview possible.

    讓我們確保你有一個最好的面試。

  • For my non-native English students, there will also be a brief lesson at the end about how to ask

    對於我的非英語母語的學生,在最後也會有一個簡短的課程,關於如何問。

  • for the bathroom.

    為浴室。

  • The first thing I want to talk about is your outfit.

    首先我想說的是你的裝備。

  • I asked two people who've done a lot of hiring

    我問了兩個做了很多招聘的人。

  • and they both said, the way you present yourself, which includes your outfit, matters a lot.

    他們都說,你展示自己的方式,包括你的衣服,很重要。

  • In fact, the wrong outfit might prevent you from getting the job.

    事實上,錯誤的服裝可能會讓你無法得到這份工作。

  • Even before you start the interview.

    甚至在你開始面試之前。

  • First impressions matter.

    第一印象很重要。

  • I asked a local businessman, Steve, who does a lot of hiring for his business,

    我問了一個當地的商人,史蒂夫,他的企業做了很多的招聘工作。

  • how far into an interview he knows if he'll consider hiring someone.

    面試到什麼程度,他才知道是否會考慮錄用某人。

  • Listen to what he said.

    聽聽他怎麼說。

  • How long into an interview of somebody do you feel like you start to have a sense of: yes,

    在對一個人的採訪中,多長時間你會覺得自己開始有一種感覺:是的。

  • I will go forward with this person.

    我將和這個人一起前進。

  • Oh boy, I would say, it's probably as quick as maybe five minutes.

    哦,孩子,我想說,它可能快到也許五分鐘。

  • And sometimes, it's even that opinion has formed even before.

    而有時候,甚至是之前就已經形成了意見。

  • It can be as early as before you even got it into the room.

    可以早在你還沒進房間的時候就。

  • I could be in the foyer and in the hallway where you're meeting that person.

    我可以在門廳和走廊裡,你要去見那個人。

  • I hate to admit that but yeah, it can be really quick, and really early.

    我不想承認這一點,但是是的,它可以真的很快,而且真的很早。

  • So you have literally called someone for an interview met them as they walked in the door and

    是以,你已經從字面上打電話給某人面試 他們走進門,並會見了他們

  • already decided there's something about this person that's not going to work out.

    已經決定了這個人的一些事情是不會有結果的。

  • Well, I like to think that I haven't already decided but I've already, at least,

    好吧,我想我還沒有決定... ...但我已經決定了,至少。

  • started to form an opinion that's negative.

    開始形成一種意見,就是消極的。

  • And what led to that?

    那是什麼原因導致的呢?

  • It's terrible to say, but I'd say appearance.

    說起來很可怕,但我想說的是外表。

  • It is a huge first impression.

    這是一個巨大的第一印象。

  • If I have somebody that's coming into an interview and they're wearing a hoodie and sneakers,

    如果我有一個人,是進入面試 他們穿著連帽衫和運動鞋,

  • I'm forming a negative opinion of them that they haven't prepared, and that they

    我對他們形成了一個負面的評價,他們沒有準備,而且他們

  • don't care about what impression they're going to be giving in my office, in my environment.

    我不在乎他們在我的辦公室裡,在我的環境裡會給人什麼印象。

  • What you wear gives an impression of how much you care about and have prepared for this interview.

    你的穿著給人的印象是你對這次面試的關心和準備。

  • If you've been offered an interview, that means they already like you,

    如果你得到了面試的機會,那就意味著他們已經喜歡上你了。

  • but you can be sure you're not the only one being interviewed for that position.

    但你可以肯定你不是唯一一個被面試的職位。

  • The minute someone sees you, what you're wearing and your body language is communicating for you.

    別人看到你的那一刻,你的穿著和你的肢體語言都在為你傳達。

  • Make sure those things are saying what you want them to say.

    確保這些東西說的是你想讓它們說的話。

  • We'll get into body language later in the course, but first let's go a little deeper on outfit.

    我們在後面的課程中會講到肢體語言,但首先讓我們來深入瞭解一下服裝。

  • So how do know how dressy to go in an interview?

    那麼,如何知道在面試中如何著裝呢?

  • Let's hear Steve's advice.

    讓我們聽聽史蒂夫的建議。

  • We don't walk around in jeans and a t-shirt or have that extremely laid-back feel to our organization.

    我們不會穿著牛仔褲和T恤走來走去,也不會讓我們的組織有那種極其悠閒的感覺。

  • And our...I think it's possthat could be fine in some organizations, but in ours

    而我們的... 我想這在某些組織中可能是好的,但在我們的組織中,這可能是好的。

  • our community would not see that as being a professional appearance.

    我們的社會不會認為這是一個專業的外觀。

  • And so maybe that, part of that is knowing where you're interviewing and what that culture is like,

    所以,也許這一點,部分是知道你在哪裡面試,以及文化是什麼樣的。

  • and that could be as simple as asking someone when you're, when you're setting up that interview.

    這可能是簡單的,因為問別人 當你,當你設置的面試。

  • When that person is setting up the interview, ask them that question.

    當那個人在安排面試的時候,問他們這個問題。

  • What's your, what's your dress code like?

    你的,你的著裝是怎樣的?

  • So you can get a good idea what that is.

    所以,你可以很好地瞭解那是什麼。

  • Just ask.

    問吧

  • When someone contacts you to set up the interview, ask them, “What's the dress code for your organization?”

    當有人聯繫你安排面試時,問他們:"你們組織、部門的著裝要求是什麼?"

  • The person you're communicating with at this point will likely be impressed that you're researching,

    此時與你溝通的人很可能會對你的研究印象深刻。

  • trying to know the organization and what's expected.

    試圖瞭解組織和期望。

  • And if you're ever not sure, it's better to err on the side of being slightly more dressy than underdressed.

    而如果你一直不確定,那就錯在稍微多穿點衣服比少穿點衣服好。

  • You might feel like you want to wear something really memorable.

    你可能會覺得你想穿一些非常難忘的東西。

  • They're interviewing lots of people, right?

    他們在採訪很多人,對吧?

  • You want them to remember you.

    你想讓他們記住你。

  • But not for what you wore.

    但不是因為你的穿著。

  • If they're remembering what you wore, they might not be remembering what

    如果他們記住了你的穿著,他們可能不記得什麼。

  • stands out about you as an employee,

    突出了你作為一個員工的特點。

  • and that's what we want them to be thinking about as they're making their decisions.

    這也是我們希望他們在做決定時考慮的問題。

  • I spoke with a career advisor, Laura, who works at a prestigious college here in the US.

    我和職業顧問勞拉聊了聊,她在美國的一所著名大學工作。

  • Listen to what she had to say:

    聽聽她怎麼說。

  • What advice do you give students who are going to an interview about clothing choice,

    對於服裝的選擇,你對即將參加面試的學生有什麼建議。

  • and appearance, and that kind of thing?

    和外表,以及那種東西?

  • The first thing I say is to not wear anything that draws too much attention to you.

    首先我說的是,不要穿太引人注意的東西。

  • You want the employer to be focused on what you're saying, and the connection that you're making,

    你要讓僱主關注你所說的內容,以及你所建立的聯繫。

  • and not on what you're wearing.

    而不是你的穿著。

  • Also not on a scent that's too strong, or a hair that's out of place.

    也不上太濃的香味,也不上不合適的頭髮。

  • So you just want to look at yourself in the mirror before you go and say: Do I look, you know, slightly boring,

    所以,你只是想看看鏡子裡的自己 在你走之前說,我看起來,你知道,有點無聊。

  • honestly, because you're wanting them to focus on what you're saying, and um,

    老實說,因為你想讓他們專注於你說的話,和嗯,

  • and so that's one thing is to be thinking, you don't want anything to be distracting.

    所以這就是一件事,就是要思考,你不希望有什麼事情讓人分心。

  • I also spoke with a woman, Cindy, who has worked as an Executive director for a non-profit in New York City.

    我還採訪了一位女性,辛迪,她曾在紐約市一家非營利組織擔任執行董事。

  • She has literally interviewed hundreds of people, and she agrees:  keep your clothing simple.

    她真的採訪過上百人,她同意:讓你的衣服簡單。

  • Simple.

    很簡單

  • I wouldn't wear fancy anything. I would keep the distractions minimal.

    我不會穿花哨的東西。我會保持最小的分心。

  • If you normally wear earrings, I think

    如果你平時戴耳環,我想

  • it's fine to wear earrings, if you don't, I wouldn't add anything you don't normally wear.

    戴耳環是可以的,如果你不戴耳環,我就不會添加你平時不戴的東西。

  • So there's nothing that you don't feel, sort of,

    所以沒有什麼是你不覺得的,算是吧。

  • different from how you normally feel, and that helps people feel comfortable in their skin.

    與你平時的感覺不同,這有助於人們在皮膚上感到舒適。

  • She also makes a good point:  you don't know what the seating situation will be in an interview,

    她說的也很有道理:你不知道面試時的座次會是什麼。

  • so you'll want to think about that as you're choosing your outfit.

    所以你在選擇衣服的時候要考慮到這一點。

  • I would wear something that you feel comfortable in, like,

    我會穿一些你覺得舒服的衣服,比如。

  • ahead of time, sitting, if you're wearing a very short skirt, that can be super awkward.

    提前,坐著,如果你穿的是很短的裙子,那會超級尷尬。

  • If you, depending on where you're interviewing. So for example,

    如果你,要看你在哪裡面試。 所以,比如說。

  • I used to do a lot of interviews in my office, and on a couch in my office.

    我以前經常在辦公室裡面試,也在辦公室的沙發上面試。

  • So if somebody sat down into the couch,

    所以如果有人坐進沙發裡。

  • it made it a very hard position for--

    它使它成為一個非常困難的位置 -

  • Now, I usually wouldn't sit on a couch because it was sort of awkward, but

    現在,我通常不會坐在沙發上,因為它是有點尷尬,但。

  • like it could make it a really awkward place to sit if you didn't have on clothes that coverage or your legs enough.

    像它可以使它一個非常尷尬的地方坐 如果你沒有在衣服上的覆蓋面或你的腿足夠。

  • And then that would be something that was distracting to you, and possibly to the interviewer, for the interview.

    然後那會是讓你分心的東西,也可能是讓面試官分心的東西,對於面試。

  • Same thing with anything that's low-cut, if you're sitting slightly below somebody, like

    同樣的事情,任何低胸的東西,如果你坐在稍微低於某人,像。

  • you just don't know what the situation is going to be, so you're going to be as

    你只是不知道情況會是怎樣,所以你會像。

  • comfortable in the clothes that you're wearing as you can, and know that

    儘可能讓自己穿的舒服,並且知道

  • like, however you might be sitting, you're going to be covered and feel comfortable.

    像,無論你怎麼坐,你都會被覆蓋,感覺很舒服。

  • So if you don't have an outfit that's very clean, simple, dressy, that you feel comfortable in,

    所以,如果你沒有一套很乾淨、很簡單、很洋氣、讓你覺得舒服的衣服。

  • it's worth investing in one as you start your job interview process.

    這是值得投資的一個,因為你開始你的工作面試過程。

  • Plan it ahead, wear it a few times.

    提前計劃,穿幾次。

  • Don't let your job interview be the very first time you wear something new.

    不要讓你的求職面試成為你第一次穿新衣服的時候。

  • Make sure you know that you're comfortable in it.

    確保你知道你在裡面很舒服。

  • You know what?

    你知道嗎?

  • You look amazing in that outfit.

    你穿上這身衣服真好看

  • Now let's talk about your ritual.

    現在我們來談談你的儀式。

  • Let me tell you a little personal story.

    讓我給你講一個個人的小故事。

  • My husband and I were set up by a mutual friend.

    我和老公是被一個共同的朋友撮合的。

  • The first date went pretty well, and so I was kind of nervous for the second date.

    第一次約會還算順利,所以第二次約會我有點緊張。

  • I was meeting him for brunch in the morning, and before that, I met with a friend for coffee.

    我是早上和他一起吃早午餐的,在這之前,我和朋友見面喝咖啡。

  • I don't drink coffee.

    我不喝咖啡

  • But for some reason, that morning, I ordered it.

    但不知道為什麼,那天早上,我點了它。

  • And I was so jittery and had such a stomach ache, that I couldn't eat brunch at all on our date.

    而我卻渾身發抖,肚子疼得厲害,以至於我們約會時根本吃不下早午餐。

  • It was awkward because I had significantly changed my ritual.

    這很尷尬,因為我明顯改變了我的儀式。

  • When we're nervous, we can make weird decisions without thinking them through.

    當我們緊張的時候,我們會在沒有考慮清楚的情況下做出奇怪的決定。

  • This can definitely happen when you're preparing something as major as a job interview.

    當你在準備求職面試這樣重大的事情時,肯定會出現這種情況。

  • Let's listen to Laura's advice.

    讓我們聽聽勞拉的建議。

  • Do you have any advice for people about what to do the night before an interview?

    關於面試前一天晚上要做什麼,你有什麼建議給大家嗎?

  • And then maybe like 15 minutes before the interview, as far as preparing and feeling relaxed?

    然後可能像面試前的15分鐘,至於準備和感覺放鬆?

  • The night before the interview, you should not do anything different than you would normally do.

    面試前一天晚上,你不應該做任何與平時不同的事情。

  • So if you are normally going to bed at 10:00 p.m., go to bed at 10:00 p.m..

    所以,如果你平時是晚上10點睡覺,就在10點睡覺。

  • Try not to cram your studying,

    儘量不要補習。

  • or your research into that very last night, you should be done with your preparations by the night before,

    或你的研究到最後一晚,你應該在前一天晚上完成你的準備工作。

  • so that you can just relax, you can eat a nice dinner, you can go to bed on time, and then the next morning,

    這樣你就可以放鬆,你可以吃一頓豐盛的晚餐,你可以按時睡覺,然後第二天早上。

  • drink the same amount of coffee.

    喝同樣數量的咖啡。

  • If you normally eat breakfast, eat breakfast. If you don't, don't.

    如果你平時吃早餐,就吃早餐。如果你不吃,就不要吃。

  • Just to kind of try to keep the routine and so that nothing's out of order, and you feel a little off.

    只是想盡量保持常規,這樣就不會有什麼失常,你會覺得有點不對勁。

  • And then 15 minutes before the interview, you should already be there.

    然後在面試前15分鐘,你應該已經到了。

  • So give yourself plenty of time.

    所以要給自己充足的時間。

  • You don't want to be late, that's the first point against you if you show up in an interview late.

    你不想遲到,這是對你不利的第一點,如果你在面試中遲到。

  • And then once you're there, I always, personally, I go to the bathroom and just take a moment to relax in there,

    然後一旦你在那裡,我總是,個人,我去浴室,只是花點時間在那裡放鬆。

  • and just, you know, make sure that nothing is weird about my hair, that no collars are turned under.

    只是,你知道,確保 沒有什麼是奇怪的關於我的頭髮, 沒有領子下轉。

  • Just giving myself a once-over, and taking some time to breathe without anyone watching me.

    只是給自己一次機會,在沒有人看著我的情況下,花點時間呼吸。

  • And then going out into the waiting room, or wherever you're waiting for the employer,

    然後到外面的候車室,或者在哪裡等僱主。

  • taking some deep breaths, and trying as much as possible from your belly instead of your chest,

    深呼吸,儘量從腹部而不是胸部進行深呼吸。

  • cause we can have really shallow breathing through our chest. But you're taking it in through your belly,

    因為我們可以有很淺的呼吸 通過我們的胸部,但你是通過你的腹部吸氣。

  • and breathing out, it's amazing what a few deep breaths can do for you.

    和呼吸,深呼吸幾次就能為你做的事情,真是太神奇了。

  • So take a calming deep breath and prepare your body for that interview.

    所以要冷靜的深呼吸,為面試做好身體準備。

  • We've just talked about preparing yourself, but it's also really important to prepare for connection

    我們剛剛說到了自己的準備,但是準備聯繫也是非常重要的。

  • with your organization and the person you're interviewing with.

    與你的組織和你的面試對象。

  • In the next two videos, we'll talk about how to do this by proper research,

    在接下來的兩個視頻中,我們將講述如何通過適當的研究來做到這一點。

  • mock interviews, and thinking about your body language.

    模擬面試,以及思考自己的肢體語言。

  • The person interviewing you will know if you've prepared the right way or notso make sure you have.

    面試的人會知道你準備的方式是否正確--所以要確保你有。

  • For my non-native students, we're going to get your English lesson in just a minute.

    對於我的非母語學生來說,我們將在一分鐘內讓你的英語課。

  • If you haven't already, be sure to click the subscribe button and the bell for notifications.

    如果你還沒有,一定要點擊訂閱按鈕和鈴鐺的通知。

  • I make new videos on the English language

    我製作新的英語視頻

  • and American culture every Tuesday

    和美國文化,每週二

  • and have over 600 videos on my channel to date

    到目前為止,我的頻道上有超過600個視頻。

  • focusing on listening comprehension and accent reduction.

    注重聽力理解和口音還原。

  • While you're waiting for next week's video, a great next step would be to check out thisget started playlist.”

    當你在等待下週的視頻時,下一步的好辦法就是看看這個 "入門播放列表"。

  • And now, the English lesson.

    而現在,英語課。

  • Let's talk about the bathroom.

    我們來談談衛生間。

  • I've noticed this can be confusing for some because there is no bath in bathrooms in public spaces.

    我注意到這可能會讓一些人感到困惑,因為在公共場所的浴室裡沒有浴室。

  • A term that might be more familiar to you is 'the toilet'.

    你可能更熟悉的一個詞是 "廁所"。

  • Laura talks about going to the bathroom before an interview to give yourself one final check in the mirror,

    勞拉談到,面試前要去洗手間,對著鏡子給自己做最後的檢查。

  • and to have just a moment to focus before the interview starts:

    並在面試開始前有片刻的專注。

  • I always, personally, I go to the bathroom and just take a moment to relax in there,

    我個人總是會去衛生間,在裡面放鬆一下。

  • and just, you know, make sure that nothing is weird about my hair, that no collars are turned under.

    只是,你知道,確保 沒有什麼是奇怪的關於我的頭髮, 沒有領子下轉。

  • Just giving myself a once-over, and taking some time to breathe without anyone watching me.

    只是給自己一次機會,在沒有人看著我的情況下,花點時間呼吸。

  • She goes to the bathroom, the room with the bath.

    她去了衛生間,有浴缸的房間。

  • No.

    不知道

  • There's no bath, it's just a toilet and a sink.

    沒有浴缸,只是一個馬桶和一個水槽。

  • But even though 'toilet' is a common term elsewhere, native speakers in the US don't use it.

    但即使'馬桶'在其他地方是個常用詞,但在美國的母語使用者卻不會使用它。

  • We much prefer to say 'bathroom' or 'restroom',

    我們更喜歡說 "浴室 "或 "洗手間"。

  • either one of those is great, common, natural.

    無論哪一種都是偉大的、普通的、自然的。

  • If you say 'toilet', it's a little odd here in the US.

    如果你說 "廁所",在美國這裡就有點奇怪了。

  • So, if you walk in for an interview early, and you have a little time to collect yourself, you can ask,

    所以,如果你提前走進面試,你有一點時間收斂,你可以問。

  • Excuse me, could you tell me where the bathroom is?”

    "請問,你能告訴我洗手間在哪裡嗎?"

  • Orcould you tell me where the restroom is?”

    或者 "你能告訴我洗手間在哪裡嗎?"

  • That's a wonderful and polite way to ask.

    這是一個美妙而禮貌的問法。

  • That's it, and thanks so much for using Rachel's English.

    就這樣,非常感謝你使用瑞秋英語。

How you interview for a job will determine whether or not you get hired.

如何面試,將決定你是否被錄用。

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