Don’t Go Into An Interview Without Doing This

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Truth bomb: Job interviews are stressful. Between the time you get an email from an HR rep and the interview itself, there are seemingly a million things to do — clean up your résumé, anticipate tricky Q&As, tell your boss you've got a "doctor's appointment" — the list goes on. It's natural to feel some pre-interview jitters. But, like they say, a little prep and a couple of tricks go a long way. That's why we teamed up with writer and entrepreneur Natalie Zfat to help make the process a bit less stressful.

As the co-founder of the social media management company, The Social Co., she knows how to find everything about everyone on the Internet — a highly useful skill to arm yourself with before walking into an interview. From cleverly stalking your interviewer online to preventing — and removing — distracting breakouts with Olay Fresh Effects {Spot Zinger!}, Zfat lays out three tips that'll help take your stress level down a notch. Time to start planning how you'll negotiate your contract in 3, 2, 1...

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