Written by FOJ Contributor in Home Office, Interviews
Aug 22 nd, 2020
Today’s technology is evolving and allowing jobseekers to interview with prospective employers remotely rather than in person. This can be a time saver for both parties but, to be done well, the jobseeker needs to make sure they are fully prepared and have a setup worthy of a good interview and be prepared to answer the questions an interviewer will ask.
To have a successful remote interview:
Now that you know what to expect, how can you prepare yourself, so you feel comfortable with the interview? Go for a walk and clear your head. Eat a small snack so you are not hungry. Make a “cheat sheet” of topics you want to cover. Then, when it is over, do something you enjoy.
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