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Developing your career happens both during and after the MBA program. Don't wait to get started making your future align with your expectations.
Start by understanding the differences between behavioral and informational interviewing.
Employers use a Behavioral Interview to focus on experiences you have had in the past. The best indicator of future performance is past behavior. For example, "Tell me about a time when you managed multiple projects at once under a tight deadline. How did you go about organizing your day?"
An Informational Interview is a meeting in which a job seeker asks for career and industry advice rather than employment. Click on the link above to view some example questions to guide you in the process.
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