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An interviewer will always ask why would you like to work at my company. Always have an answer prepared so that the interviewer will know you did your homework on the company.
Know some history and background of the company you're interviewing for.
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I just had a convo with my daughter yesterday about this. Interview as often as possible! Talking about ourselves is one of the hardest things to do and doing it well takes MUCH practice. Also, doing lots of interviews, even for jobs you're not interested in gives you the practice, as well as helping strengthen your ego. You can tell when you're overqualified, and how to be cool for jobs that you're very excited about.
A writer expects to get rejection letters. Expect to get rejected for jobs you really want. If it doesn't work out, it probably wasn't a good fit, or it's just bad luck. We all have both of those situations in life.
Practice, practice, practice!
Are you enrolled in college and do you have a higher education degree? In both cases you have access to the Career Services at the college or university where you attended or are still attending. Even if you are not in the area of the school, they may still be able to help you with a practice or several practice interviews online or over the phone.
However, before starting to work on your interview skills, you should focus on finding the field in which you want to find a job. Otherwise, you may be spreading yourself too thin, and that's not good because any employer would want to see that you have solid skills.
Good luck with the interviews and the job search!