1. Do your research. Find out everything you can about the company. Knew that already, huh? Well, don’t do the same ‘ol boring and bland research. Search online and set up a Google alert that offers immediate information on any news concerning the company you’re applying with or the industry as a whole. Try to find out background information on the position you’re interviewing for, the interviewer, whoever has been in back-and-forth contact with you–basically any information you can. And when you’re interviewing, work in the information you’ve learned. Your goal is to be the most informed candidate they speak with. Also, grab a friend and ask them to ask you questions that might come up in your interview. If accessible, talk to current members of the company to get a feel for the corporate culture so that you can ask relevant questions during your short time to stand out.
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