So you’ve landed an interview for a job. Congrats! If you’re thinking, “now comes the hard part,” I have good news: you’ve actually already finished the difficult portion of the application process. When conducting interviews, employers aren’t looking for anyone and everyone. They have read through your resume and credentials and have hand-selected you to speak with in person to further confirm their impression that you’re a good fit for the job. When people think about getting hired in relation to their competition, they often compare experience and credentials. While having an awesome resume is definitely helpful, what someone has on paper doesn’t always translate to that person getting the job over everyone else. Often what it comes down to is whether or not that person is a good fit for the company: that is, will the person get along well with the team, and do they agree with what the organization stands for? This is where the interview comes in.