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During our weekly live Office Hours on our YouTube Channel, we get lots of questions lots of questions around interview prep and how to answer questions in the interview.

Here are just a few highlights from some of our recent episodes around prepping for job interviews:


What are your tips for preparing for interviews?

Our career coach, Ariella Coombs, gives her tips for preparing for your next in person interview.

Is there a way to find out if there are office bullies or a toxic work environment in the interview?

It's important to know what questions to ask in the interview to make sure you get a good sense of what office environment so you'll know if they're a good fit for you. This also helps to bring to light any red flags like a toxic work environment or office bullies.

What are your tips for "closing the deal" in a face to face interview?

JT gives her advice on how to land an offer at the end of a job interview instead of coming off sounding too sales-y.

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