by Natalie Fisher | March 12, 2019
Re-posted from Vault
In interviews, standing apart from the hoards of other job candidates means showing your interviewers how you’re different. This is where it pays to express your own personality, rather than exhibiting a rigid, polished, robotic side. Of course, expressing your personality doesn’t mean interviewing as if you’re speaking with one your closest friends; you still have to take yourself seriously, act professionally, and show up with a clear, enthusiastic goal.
So how do you ride that fine line of connecting in a human way while also exhibiting professionalism? [EXPLORE THESE ] five tips that will help you find that balance.