Let’s face it – landing a great job gets harder every day. As industries evolve, so do the qualifications and standards used by employers to determine the best fit for their company. In addition to increasingly thorough interview processes, many employers have started to request a final interview presentation from prospective candidates. This is especially true of positions that are client-facing, require leadership or deal with the public. RELATED: Need some interview advice? Watch these tutorials! For some job seekers, the idea of a presentation can be extremely intimidating: all of the fears of public speaking combine with the high stakes of a job interview to create the ultimate make-or-break experience. Others, however, are using the interview presentation as a way to highlight their skills, abilities, and experiences – and ultimately to outshine their competitors.