You finally got the call to be interviewed for your dream job. You know there will be dozens of other candidates competing for the position.
"Winging it" is not an option. Use every spare moment between now and the interview to really learn everything you can about the organization, its core business strategy and its culture.
Do you know who founded the company? Do you know its vision and mission statements?
Also, make sure to find out everything you can about the major tasks and responsibilities that define the position you're applying for.
What concrete examples of work and volunteer experiences do you have that fit the new work role and company culture? What are the top work challenges faced by this new team you're joining?
Did you know that there are 11 dangerous yet all to common non-verbal errors that thousands of hiring managers surveyed say are major sources of almost instant new candidate rejection?
Do you know the 10 most common errors leading to interview failure?
Here's a great infographic from ClassesandCareers.com that outlines the top 21 job interview errors and how to avoid them:
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