So, you’ve made it past the initial phone screen and now you are being asked to come in for an interview. How do you get prepared?
Relax. Smile. Be Confident.
Remember, part of the interview process is for you to interview the company. Will you like working here? Will it be a good move for your career?
True, some will tell you that an interview is, at least at first, one-sided. The company holds the power of offering you the job or not offering you the job.
So, first things first – make the right impression and let them see how great you really are. Relax and be yourself. You may be nervous, but you should be confident in yourself and confident in what you have to . . .
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