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If you are or will soon be a job hunter, you have to remember that job interviews are not all the same. Some job interviews don't not only require you to answer somewhat stressful questions directly from your interviewer, but also face a group of co-interviewees and (technically) compete with them by practically standing out among the crowd. Watch: 4 A’s For Acing The Group Interview This kind of job interview is (obviously) called a group interview. A group interview is just basically like the traditional job interview with a question and answer portion, and some examinations. However, what adds more tension in the air is the fact that you have to go toe-to-toe with other job seekers, and force yourself to stand out without disrespecting and interrupting your interviewer and co-interviewees. You have to be both smooth and confident here.

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Had a call for a group or panel interview recently? While you might be thrilled to make it to this stage of the hiring process, the mere thought of fielding not one, but a whole team of interviewers can be enough to put your stomach in knots. Watch: 4 A’s For Acing The Group Interview However, the reason most employers conduct panel interviews isn’t to intimidate you; rather, it’s a time-saving way to meet with people that will likely interact with you in the new job, and gather their impressions all at once. So, when you stride into that group interview, remember that the team is there to learn about you and your value-add, NOT to interrogate you or make you uncomfortable.

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