You got an interview. Yay, you! For many employers, virtual interviewing is not just the way of the future, it is a current necessity.
Given today’s market, students are being encouraged to be prepared to successfully complete interviews virtually. This is not just a case of showing up like a live interview- it needs some careful consideration.
When interviewing virtually you’ll need to take into account some things you might not typically think about when it comes to interview preparation that go beyond the content and structure of answering like a young professional. Now you need to consider lighting, camera angles, attire, sound checks and how to manage bad connections.
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