What To Do (And Not Do) Before And After A Remote Job Interview

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Learn to love the process

If you train yourself to enjoy the process of interviewing, not only will you guarantee you always get something out of every interview, but you’ll also improve your chances of getting the job. When you enjoy yourself, you’re calm, and you seem confident – and who doesn’t want to work with somebody like that? “People need to stop acting like interviews are trips to the gauntlet. Try to enjoy the process,” Nyanue says. “We get so tied to what the end result will be. You may not get the job, but you could meet somebody who becomes a mentor for the rest of your career. As stressful as interviews can be, if you focus less on the end result, which admittedly is hard if you hate your job or are unemployed, once you find some joy in the process, you typically find employment much faster.”

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