Written by FOJ Contributor in Home Office, Interviews
Mar 1 st, 2021
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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