How to ace your next job interview, from career experts

Many Americans are quitting their jobs in a trend that has become known as the Great Resignation. Nearly 7.6 million people quit their jobs in April and May combined, according to the Labor Department. The large numbers of resignations are a sign people are confident they can find better work opportunities elsewhere, experts say.

With so many Americans now on the job hunt, it's smart to think ahead to navigating the often-stressful interview process. During a recent Grow Twitter chat, career experts shared their expertise on what to do and not do during a job interview.

Angelique Rewers, founder of BoldHaus, a consulting firm that helps small businesses land corporate clients, for example, offered up her “best” end-of-an-interview question: “From your perspective, one year from now, what would be the greatest possible impact I could have made on your organization if I excelled every single day in this role?”

Here's more of her best advice, as well as top tips from recruiters, career coaches, and job search strategists.

Research ‘what's happening with the organization'

‘Don't memorize' responses

Treat virtual calls ‘like an in-person interview'

To convey your strengths, ‘show, don't tell'

Prepare for the question ‘Do you have any questions?'

Don't forget you're interviewing the company too.

Angelina Darrisaw

Founder and CEO of C-Suite Coach

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