You may not be able to predict what questions an interviewer will ask, but you can be prepared. Once you know how to answer the most common questions, you’ll be ready no matter what question is thrown your way.
When you’re asked to tell a little bit about yourself, don’t just give your employment history. Give the interviewer a short pitch that shows why you’re the right fit for the job.
When asked where you heard about the position, take the opportunity to show off your knowledge and interest in the company.
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