Navy and Marine Corps hiring managers use interviews to further narrow down the best-qualified candidates referred to them by learning as much about each as they can. An interview is a fact-finding mission for both the hiring manager and the applicant, and is a continuation of the evaluation and selection process. Occasionally, an applicant may be hired based solely on his/her application materials without an interview.
Congratulations if you have been selected for an interview. Be prepared to summarize your background, articulate those experiences which make you the best candidate for the position, and respond to fact-finding questions.
There are many great free websites offering interview tips and resources available to you. For our military members, check out:
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