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It's no secret that interviews can be anxiety-inducing. A big part of that nervousness comes from not knowing exactly what to expect, which can make you feel like you're not in control. But it's totally normal to feel a little jittery before an interview! The good news is, there are things you can do to help calm those nerves and feel more confident. One of the easiest things you can control is how prepared you are to talk about yourself. Even if the interviewer doesn't ask the classic "Tell Me About Yourself" question, they still want to get to know you and why you'd be great for the job. So, make sure you're ready to impress them with your story. Plus, since this usually comes up early in the interview, nailing it sets a positive tone for the rest of your chat. Take a deep breath, be yourself, and you'll rock it!  Learn more from Peggy McKee's article, "How to Answer 'Tell Me About Yourself'"

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