A job interview has proved itself to be a milestone in your life because employment is a major part of everyone’s life and it can change your life. In fact, it is widely accepted that job interviews are extremely stressful and intimidating. However, you can expect to ace an interview if you know what is coming and prepare thoroughly. From analyzing the Ben Whittaker’s interview in the film “The Intern” (2015), several advices would be suggested on how to send positive nonverbal messages and how to conquer the interviewer as well as a successful follow-up to an interview.
“The Intern” is a 2015 American comedy film, written and produced by director Nancy Meyers. It is a story about a 70-year-old widower, Ben Whittaker, who shakes up his life when he becomes an intern at a web start-up where he soon becomes an office mascot and geezer Tinker Bell (Dargis, 2015). After Ben Whittaker retired executive from DEX One, he has discover that retirement is not all it is cracked up to be. The retirement has become boring for him, and he recognizes a hole in his life and he needs to fill it.
Once day when he is leaving the market, he caught a flyer out of the corner of his eye, it is a senior citizen intern program at an e-commerce concern called “About The Fit”, then he decides to apply. When a “senior” goes to an interview and brings his experience, wisdom into the frenetic workplace of an Internet startup, it proves a life lesson as movie tagline “experience never get old”, besides a