By Alison Green
Since employers usually have far more qualified job applicants than they can realistically interview, they're increasingly using preliminary phone interviews to screen candidates and narrow down their pool before bringing finalists in to talk in-person.
But what are employers really looking for in these phone screens? Are they just checking to make sure you're not crazy, or are they looking for more substantive information too? The answer is usually a bit of both.
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