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    Does poor family background put negative impact in the interview round?

    I am a final year student undertaking a professional course. After few days I will be sitting for the interview round. I belong to a poor family background. So I am quite worried about the interviews. I want to know whether my poor family background will put negative impact in the interview round.

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    romance Array
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    Re: Does poor family background put negative impact in the interview round?

    Hi aspirant

    I don't think that the family background has anything to do with your interview and your poor family background will definitely not put any negative impact on the interviewer. It is your calibre and your communication skills which will take you forward in your interviews and nothing else matters. One is that you should have enough knowledge to answer all the questions and secondly you should be able to present it in a proper manner to the interviewer so that he can get what you want to say.

    Family background will never act as a deterrant in you getting your job. If your interview is not going well and you are not able to express yourself properly then only it can hamper your chances of getting a job. So you should believe in your calibre and keep your preparations strong and that is the only way to get through in these interviews. So friend keep on working hard and with full dedication and i am sure you will get the job of your dreams.

    Good luck for your future. Thanks

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    aman Array
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    Re: Does poor family background put negative impact in the interview round?

    First of all feel confident, as you are eligible that is why you are there in the interview.

    Such things don't bother any of the interviewers, instead it can prove to be positive point in the sense that in spite of such hardships you have been able to

    reach at this level.

    This shows your struggling capabilities in stress situations that is one of the thing many recruiters want from their employees.

    There are many examples of people in front of us who were very poor but were very successful in life.

    The other things that they will be seeing in you is your knowledge and skills in the field.

    As these are the most important thing you will need most when you will do the job.

    So instead of thinking about such things and getting nervous, prepare for the interviews so that you can give your best.

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    Rituja Array
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    Re: Does poor family background put negative impact in the interview round?

    Hello,

    You are simply thinking too much.Why would you portray yourself in such a way and let the interviewers know that you come from a poor family? The company who will appoint you,will choose you on the basis of your merit and not on the basis of how much wealth your family posses! On the day of interview,you should make it a point to wear clean,ironed and tidy formal wear.And your face should reflect inner confidence.Rest you dont have to think about anything that might hamper your confidence.

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    bonomali Array
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    Re: Does poor family background put negative impact in the interview round?

    Hello,

    Don't worry my friend. Poor family background will not make an impact
    in the interview round. Just brush aside the thought once and for all. You
    should prepare for the interivew well in advance. Just keep your confidence
    and patience and everything will be fine.

    Bye,

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