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Your qualifications and skills are only a part of what the hiring manager is looking for when conducting an interview. Whether you get the job depends largely on how you behave at the interview: what you do, what you say, and how you say it.
From the first door you walk through to the final handshake on your way out, this lesson will help you learn how to behave during an interview, . It will help you identify basic business etiquette that can improve your chances, as well as show you how your tone of voice and body language can be interpreted by the interviewer. It will also outline the basic rules for answering questions well.