An interview is a significant part of a job search. This is the final step in securing a job as well as advancing your career prospects. A good resume, as well as excellent networking, can get you into an interview, but your very own resilience and sharpness during the interview gets you the job. You have no idea of the interviewing panel that will carry out your interview, and so you should be prepared for anything.
When the interviewer poses hostility towards you answer them with a quiet tone. Remain calm and relaxed as you answer the questions. Continued use of a calm tone when engaging the interview will lower the sound of the interviewer as they will not have any reason to keep being hostile towards you.
Be mindful of what you say to the interviewer during the session. Some words may have grave repercussions when used during an interview; this may affect the general outcome of the interview or even the working relationship.
You should remain optimistic while answering the questions even with continued hostility from the interviewer. When finished you may ask if you will be interviewed by other managers to show you overcame the aversion and are hungry for more.
Engage the interviewer and get to know them. Ask questions concerning their well-being as well as their profession. This will help lower or end the hostility.
This may be a test from the interviewers to see how best you respond to pressure within the work environment. It may be a test to see how you handle the situation or if it affects your performance and productivity.
The hostility may not be ill intended, but the interviewer may be going through some personal problems affecting their composure. You may address this by suggesting a reschedule of the interview at a later date when it is convenient for the interviewer.