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Video Interviews

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Video Interviews

Even though the interviewer will most likely only see your top, Fell recommends dressing the part from head to toe - you never know when or if you'll have to get up. Be careful with accessories, too; depending on camera quality, shiny jewelry may be extra distracting. The backdrop is also key; try to avoid setting up in front of a window or in any room with eye-catching details. Make sure to test everything from lighting to the height of your chair ahead of time - when you can control so much of the situation, why leave anything to chance?

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