Have Questions Prepared
One of the most important parts of an interview is connection with the hiring manager. However, as stated previously, this can be difficult without being physically together. Making sure you are prepared to ask your own questions about the role can show your interviewer that you are interested in the role, an engaging communicator despite the boundary of screens. There’s no shame in prepping your questions before, as well as allowing for new ones to come up as you are discussing. Don’t forget to review the job description, explore the company website, and write down notes and questions that you have during the interview.