Prayer for after job interview

by TIM (UK)

Heavenly Father I pray that you grant me favour in the interview i attended today.

I understand they will also be interviewing several other candidates however Lord please intercede and grant me favour with the various people involved in the candidate selection process. May i be the selected Candidate to fill the vacancy .

Grant me the knowledge, Wisdom and understanding to work amicably with all my fellow employees at this new role and bless me with your favour so that i may add value to the department in countless ways when i join the new team.Make me the head and not the tail may my hands be diligent at all times so that i may rip the fruit of hard work in Jesus Name – Amen

by Mark (Australia)

Lord, I have been out of work for many months now. I cried out to you for favour and yesterday you opened up an interview for me Lord, for a very good post, the right job, in the right location and among the right people. Now lord I pray for your favour, that the result is positive, that I get this job.

Even as I wait for the decision to be made, I pray for your favour. Lord cancel out my mistakes in the interview; replace those wth your goodness; Lord let the dark and petty things fade away, Let the skills, and talents you have given me shine.And let them pick me for the position. I pray for my interviewees, bless them Lord direct them to make the right decision.

And as I wait for the call Lord, please calm my nerves, let me have your peace to know that all is well, that you have already given it to me, so that Lord, I can continue to sow in your kingdom and be a blessing to others. I receive your favour and peace Lord, for which I thank you and i take possession of the job. Amen

This is the powerful prayer/dua to get success in job interview. Interview mein kamyabi ke liye yeh ek mujarrab wazifa hai.


To get the desired post and to succeed in job interview perform this prayer/dua and you will be surprised with the results.

  • Get some fresh rose petals and recite  Durood-e-Shareef 3 times and Surah Nasr 41 times daily for 7 days and keep blowing on them daily after recitation.
  • Now wrap these petals and put some strong but pleasant perfume on them so that their smell reaches the person who is taking the interview.
  • You will get success in interview In sha Allah.


Females should not do this wazifa during their mensus/periods. Do this wazifa in the state of ablution at a clean place & do not make fun of wazeefa/dua else you will suffer.


Interview mein kamyabi hasil karne ke liye is wazifa ko karein:

  • Thode gulaab ki pattiyan lein aur 3 martaba Durood-e-Shareef padhein aur Surah Nasr 41 martaba padhkar unpar dum karein. Ye amal rozana 7 dino tak karein.
  • Phir in pattiyon par mazboot atar lagakar inhe cover mein dalkar apne paas rakhlein keh unki khusboo us shaks tak pohunch jaye jo interview leraha hai.
  • In sha ALLAH interview mein kamyabi hasil hogi.


Khwateen makhsoos ayyam mein is wazife ko na karein. Wazife ko wuzu ki halat mein paak saaf jagah par baithkar padhein. Aur wazife/dua ka mazaq na udhayein warna nuqsan hoga.


1) This wazifa will be effective only when:

The Quranic verses, duas and wazaif are read with correct pronounciation in accordance with arabic rules of reciting Quran.

Performed with complete faith on Almighty ALLAH.Those who do not know to read Quran/Duas with correct pronounciation kindly learn it from a muallim/muallima. For Quran learning Contact  

2) Those who want to become amils of this wazifa contact us

3) Even after performing this amal if someone is not getting success then contact us.You can also collect Amulet/Islamic seals for the solution of your problem.

In sha ALLAH A’zzawajal with the help of Amulet/Islamic seals results will be faster. All these amulets/seals will be in accordance with Quran and Hadith.

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NOTE:- 1) Yeh amal tab hi asar dikhayega jab keh:

Qurani ayaat/ duayein aur wazaif ko durust makharij ke saath arabi qawaneen ke mutabik padha jaye.

ALLAH tala par mukammal yaqeen aur bharose ke saath kiya jaye.Jinhe Quran/duayein sahi makharij se padhni nahi aati wo kisi muallim/muallima se hidayat lein. Online Quran Nazara Tarjuma ke liye is number par rabta karein.

2) Is wazife ke mahir banna chahte hain wo humse rabta karein.

3) Is amal ko karne ke bawajud bhi kamyabi hasil nahi horahi ho toh humse rabita karein. Agar masle ka hal ke liye Taweez/naqsh lena chahen toh wo bhi miljayega.

In Sha ALLAH A’zzawajal taweez/naqsh ke zariye se mushkilaat jald hal hojayengi.

Yeh taweez/naqsh Quran-O-Hadith ke ain mutabik honge.

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Powerful prayer/dua for success in job interview-Interview mein kamyabi ka wazifa

By Ehab Hassanprayer for after job interview

“I’m sorry; we’ve decided to go with someone else. We’ll be sure to keep your resume on file for a year in case something else comes up.“

I’ve been to plenty of job interviews. I’ve applied to more places than I can count since I finished my undergrad and interviewed at more places than I can remember. I definitely did not land every job I interviewed for. No matter how great or horrific my interviews went though, I learned something from them. I’ve also interviewed my fair share of people and talked to other managers in the process about what we’re looking for and what we’re not. These are simply some of my thoughts, based on my experience as both an interviewer and an interviewee. I hope that my advice will help you find something that you love, make you successful, and allow our ummah (community) to prosper insha’Allah (God willing).

1. Make Istikharah Before the Interview

You can pray istikharah (prayer for guidance) after the interview as well, but doing it before accomplishes several things. One, it gives you comfort that the outcome is from Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala (exalted is He). You remember that your potential employer is not your provider. Two, it calms you down. You realize that if it is good for you, you will get it, and if not, you won’t. So don’t sweat it! Just make du`a’ (supplication) for whatever is best.

2. Top 5 Things I Want Them to Know About Me

Come up with a list of 5 things about yourself that would make them want to hire you. This can be some big accomplishment you have had, something you studied on the side, a problem you solved, or an example of teamwork or leadership. Work those 5 things into the interview wherever you can. Make sure you do not walk away from the interview wishing that they knew something about you that you just didn’t get a chance to say. There will be opportunities to work them in, so don’t let them pass by.

3. Smart Points

Come up with a list of 5 “smart points”. These are intelligent things that you can say about your field (your area of expertise and the field that you are interviewing for). These are points that will make the interviewer realize that you have background in that area and probably have a solid understanding in your field as well. Know them well; practice them in front of a mirror if you need to. Make sure that you are able to use them during the interview. Unlike the list of things that you want them to know about you, not all smart points have to be used if they don’t seem appropriate. After seeing your resume, there are many cases in which the employer is no longer wondering whether or not you are familiar with the subject. Instead, they just want to know that you’re a good match for the company. You’ll know this when they stay clear from the technical/field related questions. If they do this, do not press it too much, and don’t try to direct the interview in the direction that you want. If not, make sure you insert your smart points wherever possible.

4. Have Questions for Them

Ask questions throughout the interview if appropriate. In addition, have at least two or three questions ready at the end of the interview. They will ask you if you have any questions for them. Never say no. You can even use the opportunity to find out more about the interviewer. Make them sell you the company! The interview goes both ways. Come up with your questions ahead of time. You can even write them down, bring them with you, and read them right off the paper if you need to (but they must be very good if you do). Some sample questions could be:

  • What is the biggest challenge you think I would face with this position?
  • Why do you feel that I may be a good match for this position? (Again, have them sell the company/position to you)
  • Describe a typical day for me if I were to take this position.
  • What is your favorite part about your job?
  • What is the single most important skill you think I will need for this position?

5. Review Typical Interview Questions

A lot of the interview questions that are asked are somewhat standard. Be ready to answer them. They can be found online and may be repeated throughout your different interviews. There are many questions that you can be sure you will be asked: why do you want this job, tell us about yourself, what is your greatest strength, what is your greatest weakness, etc. And by the way, when they ask for your greatest weakness, do not say that you’re too hard of a worker or something obnoxious like that. You’ll read tips online that will tell you to think of your strength and manipulate it to sound as if that’s your weakness so they think you’re amazing. When people answer me like this, I don’t think, “Wow, this person is really that great.” Instead, I think, “Wow, this person doesn’t even know in what areas they can improve.”

6. Know About the Company

Before you go, read up about the company. Know what they do, their goals, their achievements, their culture. Be prepared to display your knowledge of the company during the interview. This goes a long way in showing that you are really interested in them, and that you’re not just hoping to land any job that comes along.

7. Dress for Success

This is obvious and goes without saying. Dress professionally. Get a haircut if you need one. Shower, smell nice (guys), and make sure your shoes are nice and clean. Sisters, do not sacrifice your Islamic morals for the interview. Wear your hijab right and be modest. You’re not going to win a job by sliding your hijab back a few inches. Also, if you need to, you can carry your cell phone in your pocket, but make sure the ringer is off. I’ve had an interview take a turn for the worse because the person I was interviewing forgot to turn his ringer off, and a very strange ring-tone went off which gave us a completely different impression of the professional person we thought we were interviewing. Don’t take the chance.

8. Islamic Etiquette

Before you go, determine if you will shake hands with the opposite gender. Regardless of your decision, be both confident and polite. Have a general idea of how you will respond if you will not shake their hand. A short, concise, answer should do the trick. Also, consider that you may be put in a position where they want to interview you behind a closed door, with no windows into the room, with one person from the opposite gender (khalwa). You can politely ask that the door be left slightly open.

9. Bring Copies of Your Resume

There isn’t much you need to bring to your interview: some copies of your resume (five should be enough unless you know you need more), a pen, and something to write on. Don’t come in with more than that. Don’t bring your own drink or cup of coffee, snacks, or anything additional. It can be a turn-off.

10. Be On Time

Be on time or else you pretty much automatically don’t get the job. This is the professional world. 9:30 means 9:30. Not 9:33. Also, don’t try to impress them by showing up 45 minutes early. When someone shows up half an hour early, I don’t think that the person is punctual. Instead, I think that that person has no respect for my time. I’m at work, I have things to do, I have other meetings, and a schedule. When someone shows up half an hour early, I have to drop what I’m doing and rearrange my entire day because of it. Get there a half an hour early– but sit in the car, go over your smart points and the things you want them to know about you. Make some du`a’. Just don’t check in with the receptionist (or interviewer) until 5 minutes prior to your interview time.

11. Answer Questions Thoroughly

Do not give one word, yes and no answers. Answer thoroughly. They are asking questions hoping to hold a conversation with you. Whenever possible, tell them a story about yourself – tell them heroic stories of great things you’ve done on the job or a project. They’ll be sure to remember you if you do. Tell them about a problem you solved or method that you improved at your last job or school project. Answer questions completely and enthusiastically. Show them that you can hold a conversation. Use the STAR method when answering questions – Situation (setting the scene), Task (specifics of what’s required), Action (what you did), Result (what happened). Answering in a results-oriented way is critical. You can find some good examples online by doing a Google search on the STAR Method.

12. Be Light-Hearted

Part of the interview process is the employer finding out if you would be a good match for the company. They want someone who is personable, can get along with other employees, and is good for the overall culture. You have those few short hours to prove that you’re that person. It’s OK to crack a joke or laugh at something. Allow your good Muslim character to show.

13. The Muslim Constraints

Of course you will have to take a long break for Jummah (Friday) Prayer. You will need to slip out for 5 minutes to pray Duhr and Asr. You’re going to get the bathroom sink wet once or twice a day making wudu (ablution). Your schedule may need to change slightly during Ramadan. However, there is absolutely no reason you need to mention any of that right off the bat. Most of these will not affect anything at work any more than someone slipping out for a cigarette a couple times a day. The only thing probably worth mentioning is your slightly longer lunch break on Fridays for Jummah Prayer. And don’t even mention that until they make you an offer. And don’t make it a bigger deal than it is.

14. Be Confident in Yourself

Again, this goes with the tip of knowing that Allah (swt) is your provider. This employer is not your provider. So know that they need you just as much as you need them. Be humble, but confident, just like the character of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ (peace be upon him). Don’t wait for approval in the interviewer’s face because it may not come. Speak clearly, don’t say anything negative (no matter how horrible your last boss was), don’t be nervous, and sit up straight. We once did not make someone an offer because of the way he disrespectfully slouched throughout the entire interview. We decided that he was not someone that we could put in front of our clients.

15. Express Interest

No matter how the interview goes, do not show that you may not be interested in the position. After the interview, follow up with an email thanking them for the opportunity to interview with them and learn about their company. Only after they actually make you an offer should you give some thought about whether or not it’s something you want. Don’t make an early decision that you might regret.

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