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Getting Through an Interview When You Didn't Do Your Research

Preparation for a job interview is crucial to your success and ability to answer interview questions; however, when you have not researched or vetted the company thoroughly, the experience can be challenging. While it is ideal to research the company's goals, missions and accomplishments, if information is not readily available, you can still impress hiring managers with a confident approach.
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