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The simplest (and often most effective) interview strategy of all is to ask the interviewer exactly what she's hoping you'll ask.

Interviewing is a critical skill. After all, you can't get a job without impressing someone in an interview.

You knocked yourself out to build up your qualifications and experience. It feels like you deserve to beat less qualified candidates for that ideal job. Sometimes it doesn't happen that way ...

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Memorizing new facts and regurgitating them in an interview isn't likely to impress.

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Effectively summarize your career and goals.

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