Interviewing

August 26, 2010

Chapter 3 – Land The Remote Job You Love

Many books, have specific advice about the subtle art of interviewing. Read one of those other sources, and then apply this specific advice to interviewing for a remote job.

The interview is all about the company’s needs. Don’t talk about working remotely the minute you get in the door. Save that for the next part of the process: accepting the job.

Remote interviewing has two parts: the phone screen and the in-person interview. Most companies want to talk to you on the phone before asking you to travel for an in-person interview.

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