Video and teleconference job interviews have risen in popularity significantly during the last decade. For businesses that seek to employ professionals from all four corners of the country, or even the globe, it is far easier and cost-effective to talk with candidates over video.
Whether it’s a desktop, laptop, mobile phone or tablet device, videoconferencing is almost certainly here to stay. Video interviews certainly bring their own set of hurdles to overcome to help you land that exciting new job. Even if you’re part of the millennial generation and brought up with modern technology all around you, it’s important to think of everything to ensure your potential employer gets the same impression from a video interview as they would from a face-to-face catch-up.
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