Especially if you're desperate for a job or consider the opportunity a once-in-a-lifetime dream role, the pressure of it all can be pretty staggering. Knowing that interviews are essentially conversations for people to judge your value, knowing what to say about yourself, what questions to ask, what to wear, and how to sit up straight is daunting.
Most of the time, people will give you standard advice such as "make eye contact, say please and thank you, and look presentable." However, there are so many different kinds of companies these days with different standards for what is polite or "presentable." Researching the company you're applying to work for is key.
Luckily, when a recent Reddit user asked, "What is your trick to impress at a job interview?" gainfully employed people of the internet were ready to share their hot tips to help you land the gig.