It is not uncommon for job hunters to go into an interview without doing any real preparation. Some candidates do this, thinking that because the interviewer will be asking about their experiences and skills, they have all the answers they need. And some candidates try to prepare but don’t know where to start because they are unsure of the questions that will be asked.
Most interviews feature the same sort of questions, with a few added industry-specific questions, that will help the interviewer determine your job-related knowledge. The hiring process has changed immensely in the last while, and most interviews are now remote, which can add another level of anxiety to the process.
Preparation before an interview will help you feel less anxious, help you avoid stumbling over your words, and may even be the ticket to winning the job. Knowing how to conduct yourself in a remote interview is one thing, but preparing to answer the interview questions is a whole other ball game.