Hearing the Real Question: Interview Tips These are really good tips. And remember for the last one: this is a chance to highlight your Spanish. "On your Twitter feed I saw inquiries in Spanish from Latin Americans. I speak Spanish and studied abroad in Costa Rica. Are there ways in which I could learn about your work in that area and contribute?"
When it comes to interviewing potential employees for a remote position, employers look for certain skills ad characteristics than they would for an on-site job. This infographic from Hubstaff.com shows job seekers the keys to excelling at their remote interviews.
● THE TOP 20 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS ● _______________________________ newcareer101.com ⋙ The interview is one of the most important parts of the hiring process. You have one chance to tell the hiring manager why you’re interested in their job, where you have worked in the past, and what you can bring to the table. If you make sure to prepare in advance… and practice answering common interview questions… you can feel confident the interview will go that much smoother.