51. The first thing to research about a company pre-interview: what makes it special compared to competitors.
52. What to bring to an interview: Three copies of your resume, a few of your best work samples, and a notepad and pen.
53. Read the fine print of a job description. It’ll prevent huge complications later on.
54. Saying perfectionism is your greatest weakness can seem like a cliché. Get more creative and authentic.
55. During your next phone interview, do some power poses, stand, and smile—even if no one can see you.
56. In your Skype interview, pick colors that make you pop specifically on video.
57. Look interested: 67% of hiring managers said they rejected a candidate based on a lack of eye contact.
58. Just because you stumbled across your future boss’ vacation photos online, doesn’t mean it’s a good idea to mention them.
59. Write a thank-you email and a handwritten card. Hey, it can’t hurt!
60. If you’re following up post-interview, be polite and humble (and avoid sounding passive-aggressive).