8 Tips for Acing Virtual Job Interviews

Know What You Need to Succeed When a Firm Handshake Isn't Possible

3. Show AND Tell

During in-person meetings, an interviewer may get a sense of how a person will fit into an organization based simply on their presence and the "vibe" they throw off. Not so in virtual interviews.

It's extra important to do some research on both the company and the job, and tell the interviewer in detail why your qualifications, experience, and skill set makes you deserving of a second interview. Because the miles between you won't allow the interviewer to "feel" your enthusiasm, make sure you convey interest using voice intonation and facial expression.