How to Ace the Remote Interview

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With more and more remote work opportunities available you might be wondering how you can land that job that allows you to work from home (or anywhere else in the world with wifi.) How great would it be to avoid the morning commute and get the entire pot of coffee to yourself? Yeah, pretty great. However, just because there are perks to working remotely that make life easier, doesn’t mean you don’t have to work just as hard to land the position. In fact, since there is limited opportunity for a potential employer to interact with you personally, you might have to work even harder! With an increased applicant pool due to limitless location, you’re first going to want to make sure your resume stands out, then you’re going to want to prep for that remote interview.

Here are some things you can do to prepare for and then ace that remote interview:

A final thought, if you’re given the choice between an in-person interview or a remote interview, choose the in-person option if at all possible. It’s much easier to build a positive rapport in person.

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