August 10, 2018
You got the interview, you know you're qualified and you want this job. As the big day gets closer, you may start questioning yourself. It's completely normal to feel nervous before an interview, but if you're confident, know how to answer interview questions and prepare yourself ahead of time, you can make a career-changing situation much easier to handle.
If you're looking for ways to up your game in interviews, consider what these career advisors have to say about responding to these top interview questions:
Securing an interview is a big step, so being well prepared with answers to common but tricky questions is an important way to ensure a strong performance. Here's a couple additional job interview tips:
As a final interview tip, Donahue also suggests practicing some power poses to boost your confidence. Taking time to fully prepare yourself can ease any nervousness you're feeling and allow you to present your best version of yourself during your interview.
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