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You may need an Indeed account to participate in the Interview Days. You will be asked to provide your email address and phone number when you register as well as any additional information requested by the employer. You will use your email address and phone number to check-in the day of the event.
Employers will include important information about the role within the job description. This may include job requirements, necessary certifications and where the position is based. The job might be at a specific location, temporarily remote due to COVID-19 or permanently remote.
You should dress professionally for your virtual interview—the same way you would for an in-person interview. Research the company culture beforehand so you have a good idea of what’s appropriate. If you’re unsure, a button-down shirt with neutral slacks is a good option.
Just as you might prepare for an in-person interview, make sure you research the company and practice answers to common questions. Take time to develop and practice your one-minute elevator pitch.
Be sure to review both the event and job description and be prepared to ask questions about the role and the company during your interview.
Read the interview instructions carefully to ensure that you have any links you’ll need to access the video interview and fill out an application if needed.
Virtual interviews give you the opportunity to meet with employers from the convenience of your home. Virtual Interviews may also lead to job offers on the spot, significantly reducing the wait time in your job search.
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