3 Major Changes To Job Interviews You Should Prepare For | Forbes
If you’re in a job search or plan to be soon, you know that the stakes are high in this competitive market. The current pandemic has changed up the game in new ways, so there are a few additional things you need to be ready for if you want to stand out and secure a great next step in your career.
Although you’ll no longer need to worry about the grip of your handshake (perhaps ever again), here are three new aspects that will be important to focus on in your next job interview.
Editors note: we correct the spelling of environment in this video.
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