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How to behave after the interview?

When you leave an construction interview, you should leave the building as gracefully as you entered it. Make sure you're as cordial to people on the way out as you were coming in. Then, as you decompress, take some time to review the construction interview while it's still fresh in your mind. Because construction interviewing is a learnable skill, use the experience to help you in the future. Ask yourself: how could you have better answered the questions? Where did you succeed? Where did you fail? What will you do differently next time? In assessing the construction interview, don't let the fact that you didn't feel a connection with the construction interviewer frighten you away from a great job. And lastly, consider what you've learned about the construction employer and whether or not, all things considered, it would be a good place for you to be.