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10 ways to ace your Skype interview

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8:45 AM | 10 August 2017
by Pamela Dollesin
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Do you have a Skype interview coming up? Pamela Dollesin has you covered with 10 tips to prepare for any Skype interview.

With the technological advancement, come changes in the way companies are conducting their job interviews and Skype-based interviews had become increasingly popular nowadays. In other words, if you are on the lookout for a job, it isn’t always going to be the traditional face-to-face method and there’s a high chance that you’ll get asked for your instant messenger (IM) handle name as preparation is everything.

Make sure that you follow all these highly effective ways to ace your Skype interview.

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