The people who turn job interviews into job offers are able to identify and discuss the recurrent problems that lurk at the heart of their work. These people are seen to "get" the job in ways that other candidates don't.
Think about the problems that plague every accounts-receivable job: If the ongoing challenges associated with getting customers to pay their bills aren't addressed effectively, what happens? Ultimately, that employer isn't able to make payroll and everyone gets laid off.
Consequently, an accounts-receivable professional who addresses problems that are at the heart of his or her job will always be seen as superior to other candidates.
Here are some key points to remember when going into an interview: