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Phone Interviews Can Be Harder Than On-Site Interviews, Part 2

MP900443129[1] In my previous article on dealing with phone interview challenges, I discussed tone of voice, good listening skills, monitoring your answers, and wrapping on a high note. One of the biggest limitations of phone interviews is the lack of body language you can provide and read. Without seeing what your interviewer is doing and how they are reacting to your answers, you can be at a disadvantage.

However, there is a way around this. You need to make a connection to the interviewer to make the interview a more comfortable experience for both of you.  Read my latest article for AOL to learn more about this.

Article:  Overcoming the Challenges of the Phone Interview, Part 2

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December 1, 2010 - Posted by | AOL article, Interviewing 101

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