The Perfect Ending To A Video Interview

Specification of a goodbye should be open ended and intended for that employer. Addressing your interviewer in a general sense is off-putting and shows you are merely canning your good-bye. As the video interview comes to an end, say thank you, but offer something that brings a smile. The Wall Street Read more [...]

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Avoid Grazing During Your Interview

A video interview embraces the aspect of visual inspection and appeal. In doing so, leave the gum chewing for after the interview. Outside of being distracting, it also lacks good taste and class. Utmost professionalism is dictated in the small details. Clean face, washed and combed hair, the right Read more [...]

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What Next? Don’t Fear Asking For The Next Steps

The interviewer may be smiling at you and you mirror the movement. The process went well and you’re curious as to when the decision will be made. Stop waiting and instead ask! Don’t let your interviewer turn off the camera before you have a chance to know what to expect. Forbes suggests inquiring Read more [...]

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Second Chance Video Interview

Your first interview may have been a complete flop. Sometimes, opportunity knocks when you are not ready. Perhaps you were suffering with a cold, a recent death in the family or another circumstance that resulted in a failed interview. Alison Doyle of About.com suggests acknowledging the bad and Read more [...]

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