How to Make a Great Impression During an Interview

The manner in which you conduct yourself in a job interview makes the difference between getting the job and losing the opportunity. While the information on your resume may have gotten you the interview, your interactions and presentations during the interview help the recruiter and hiring manager define if you are a true fit for the company.

For many people, interviewing can be the most stressful part of the job hunt, but it does not have to be! Join our Career Development team as we guide you through some of the likely questions and situations you might find yourself having to deal with while interviewing for jobs.

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This article was written by Career Services Advisors from the Rasmussen College - Minnesota campus location. Their roles include assisting Rasmussen College Online students with career-related questions and job preparation tips.

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