The Interview Process

Interview Process

When it comes down to it, every interview is meant to help potential employers determine if you’re the right fit for the position and organization. Having said that, they can vary dramatically. While it is not always possible to fully know what to expect, insight on interview settings and formats will help you devise your interview strategy.

Strategy Meets Context

Your interview location and format offer important clues regarding how you can prepare. Often phone and/or video interviews precede in-person meetings.

Understand interview settings.

Know the differences in interview formats.

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