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Employers are finding it more and more convenient to conduct a video interview when they are choosing a candidate. It really is efficient for both the company and the candidate.
Many times employers conduct a phone or video interview to screen candidates initially. If the candidate makes it through the phone or video screening, then they move on to the in-person interview. Some employers are conducting the whole interviewing process from start to finish via video teleconferencing.
If you’ve scored a video interview, you may be excited about the time and convenience for you. The video interview eliminates travel. You don’t have to spend time finding the job site, a parking space, or locating the exact office in the building.
However, with a video interview, you’re responsible for a whole realm of other details. One of the most important details is the way the environment around you appears during the interview. Doing a successful video interview means a different type of preparation.
Read on to make sure you’ve prepared in the best way possible to stack the interview deck in your favor.