The Central New York market now has a link between employers and job seekers: CNY Employment Guide.
U.S. Department of Labor | Mon, March 12th, 2007
Relax and answer each question concisely.
Use good manners.
Learn the name of your interviewer and greet him or her with a firm handshake.
Use proper English—avoid slang.
Be cooperative and enthusiastic.
Use body language to show interest.
Ask questions about the position and the organization, but avoid questions whose answers can easily be found on the company Web site. Also avoid asking questions about salary and benefits unless a job offer is made.
Thank the interviewer when you leave and, as a follow-up, in writing.