How To Ace Your Job Interview Over Zoom | Forbes
Today, as in-person interviewing has had to cease or slow due to restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic, thousands of professionals are now needing to learn how to effectively interview in a new way using online platforms, such as Zoom, GoToMeeting and others.
As a career coach, Kathy Caprino been asked by numerous clients in the past months the question, “What should I do to ensure I’m coming across in the best way in the interview now that’s it's virtual? What do I need to do differently?"
Here are 10 helpful tips for making the best impression you can in your video interview, and demonstrating that you’re a great fit for the role.
How To Ace Your Job Interview Over Zoom | Forbes00:07 hour(s)
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