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If you needed to convince someone that Girl Scout cookies are delicious or that rainbows were really beautiful, you'd have to first know what the cookies taste like and what rainbows look like—right? The same applies when it's time for you to sell yourself in an interview to strangers.

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Interviewing is one of the most stressful aspects of the job search process. Waiting for a response for an interview from employers can take weeks. Not knowing how many others are interviewing for the same position as you can create even more stress.

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In a recent episode of JT Talks Jobs, we talked about the questions you should be prepared to answer post-crisis. So, now it's time to flip the script and tell you what questions YOU should ask in a job interview after the crisis subsides.

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COVID-19 is changing a lot of things in the world, and it will change the way job seekers prepare for interviews. When hiring new employees, employers will be asking different questions and looking for different answers than they previously did.

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Your cover letter and resume have made a positive impression on a potential employer, and they've called you in for an interview. Now, you need to ensure the employer stays impressed with you and your potential in their organization.

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