There are many pitfalls jobseekers can face when attending a job interview, from not doing their homework to turning up half an hour late – recruiters have had to deal with them all.
While these errors can easily happen in person, so too can a number of other pitfalls when candidates carry out an interview via video. Often considered far more intimidating than the regular face-to-face process, as a study by CV-Library in 2018 of 1,200 UK employees found 33.7% were most scared of video interviews, much more preparation is certainly needed.
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