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How to Interview for Reno Jobs by Phone

There are times when you won’t get the luxury of interviewing face-to-face. This is where the equally crucial phone interview comes into play. A lot of the same principles of in-person interviews also apply to phone interviews; there’s just a few other factors that need to be taken into account. When you are applying for Reno Jobs here are some tips you should remember if you interview over the phone, courtesy of Andrew G. Rosen at U.S. News.

1. Have your resume and some notes with you: having a copy of your resume in front of you during a phone interview allows you to reference it during the interview (and whoever you’re talking to will definitely be looking at it). Having some notes will also remind you of questions you want to ask or certain matters you want to talk about. Rosen recommends having physical copies of these things if you don’t have internet access.

2. Make the call at home: making the call from your own home puts you in a relatively controlled environment that’s within your comfort zone and has fewer distractions. This is the ideal place for a phone interview.

3. Be prepared: according to Rosen, it is best to be ready (with all of your materials) at least five minutes before the call comes in. He also says that interviewers may call early to test candidates.

4. Be mindful of your body language: despite the fact that you aren’t physically in the room with your interviewer, body language is still a factor in the phone interview. Rosen suggests finding a middle ground with your body; don’t move around too much and don’t stay too still.

By Kyle Wise

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