For years, a polished résumé, professional handshake, and pressed suit could take you a long way toward acing an interview.
But times have changed, and video interviews are becoming more and more common.
From an employer’s of view, video interviews can save time and money. But from an interviewee’s point of view, the use of technology versus an old-fashion face-to-face chat can add even more stress to the already stressful process of interviewing.
Luckily, there are many ways to prepare for an online job interview that will give you the best possible chance of nailing your dream job. With a little preparation and attention to detail, these six tips will help you set yourself apart from other candidates, even on the computer screen.
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