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How to avoid Stammering during job interviews - Must Learn

A lot of people stammer when they are nervous. Stammering during an interview is also common. Naturally, you would feel more nervous when you talk to strangers during interviews. The reason is that there is usually a lot riding on the outcome of the interview for the interviewee.

Some have strong reactions to stammering being labelled as a disability. Regardless of how 'severe' their stammer is, this may not be a disabling issue for them, or they may not wish to be defined as having a disability. For others, their stammering is profoundly disabling.

Stammering during an interview is also common. Naturally, you would feel more nervous when you talk to strangers during interviews. ... It can also be difficult being confident going into an interview, knowing that there may be several applicants for the same position.

If you can demonstrate that despite your stutter you are capable of performing approximately as well as any other hostesses or similar employees, then your employer cannot legally fire you solely because of the stutter, no matter how much they may feel it is a problem.

Now back to the topic at hand "how you can avoid stammering during job interviews". Stammering can portray a sense of faltering, uncertainty, and hesitation. It's easy to see stammers as nervous people or inadequate people because even if they have been most of them find space to fix their tone and channel it to a different direction of words.

Here are some tips to avoid stammering during job interviews;

  1. Try not to get nervous because you stammer as a result of nervousness.
  2. Go for mock interviews. You can rehearse as many as you want in the mirror to improve your confidence.
  3. Practices properly on the words you find difficult to pronounce.
  4. Know the content of your interview.
  5. Pay attention to your grooming skills.
  6. Keep a watch on your body language.
  7. try one on one conversation with unknown people.
  8. Try methods to talk slowly with a pause. Record your voice and listen to it and listens to the word keenly.
  9. Arrange mock interviews with unknown people to boost your confidence.

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