Journalism.co.uk has a handy list of things to do (and not to do) when you land an interview for a journalism job. Among them are the basics: Do your research, give examples, ask a few questions (but not too many!) and come with story ideas.

Journalism.co.uk has a handy list of things to do (and not to do) when you land an interview for a journalism job. Among them are the basics: Do your research, give examples, ask a few questions (but not too many!) and come with story ideas.

But they also have advice from human resource managers at some of the UK’s top dailies. Daniell Morrisey, a career writer and talent executive at the BBC, told journalism.co.uk to think of examples of questions you might be asked before you get to the interview. “You want to get across your best examples of working in those situations. You know that a media organisation is going to ask you something about deadlines, something about creativity and coming up with ideas, something about working as a team, there's equally going to be something about working on your own,” he said. “So just thinking about different areas of competency, what are your best examples?”

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Head to journalism.co.uk for a list of potential questions and more advice from managers at The Telegraph and The Guardian