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You've got the interview! Here's how to prepare, practice, present and participate so you can make the impression that will get you the job.
Reduce your pre-interview anxiety by knowing what to expect. Find out what type of interview it will be.
There are some key differences between in-person interviews and virtual interviews conducted by telephone or video. Learn how you can stand out.
Using the STARS method to answer behaviour-descriptive questions helps you to show interviewers why you're the best person for the job.
Learn how to answer the types of job interview questions employers ask most often, and get tips on how to prepare for success.
Toward the end of an interview, employers often give you an opportunity to ask questions. Use this opportunity to find out if the job is a good fit for you.
Taking time after your interview to review how you did will help you be more prepared for the next time!