Be cautious to talk poorly about your team mates, boss or industry.
Say thank you to your interviewer at the end and after by email or send a 'thank you' card by post.
Put on a clean suit. Wear it sharp and neat.
Be genuine, cheerful, self-confident, forthright and succint.
Make it in time, to feel chilled and ready for your interview.
Advice for those looking for employment:
"When you've picked a career or the perfect role, introduce yourself to important people in the industry or company. A professional network should also be made up of family, alumni, teachers, and past colleagues."
It may be nice to have:
Ability to multi-task and work accurately under own initiative
A strong determination to work hard, and develop in your role
Display effective interpersonal skills.
Ability to cope with a demanding workload to strict deadlines