May 18, 2021

Acing the Interview: Prep Tips for Tech, Marketing and HR

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Cofounder James Hornick hosted a panel with Careerwell’s senior staff (Ryan Brown, Matt Tokarz, Don Effler), who came from a broad range of backgrounds within the industry. They covered the latest trends and topics for interviewing in the current environment and provide a lot of actionable takeaways.

Topics included:

  • How to go about researching a company and the role
  • What companies are asking now and what’s different about remote interviews
  • How to answer questions in an area where you don’t have as much experience
  • How to take control and guide the interview towards your strengths
  • Specific takeaways for interviews in Technology, Marketing, and HR

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