You built a solid resume and wrote a meaningful cover letter. Now it’s paid off. You’ve got an interview for a remote position. Remote job interviews aren’t too different from in-person ones. The company wants to figure out if you’re the right candidate for them. And, of course, you want to figure out if the company is right for you. But, they aren’t exactly the same, either. Because it’s an interview for a remote position, your interview is going to be remote, too.
This means you’re going to face a few challenges that you wouldn’t face in an in-person interview.
While there are some things common to all interview preparation—like knowing your strengths and weaknesses—preparing for a remote job interview requires you to take a few unique steps to ensure you make the best impression possible.
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