Use These Tips to Crush Your Next Job Interview

This entrepreneur talks about interviewing tips you can use on both sides of the table.

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In this video with Entrepreneur Network partner Business Rockstars, Seven Seas Music CEO and co-founder Brooke Wentz gives some great tips on how you can crush your next job interview, whether you're applying for the job or judging a potential applicant.

For example, Wentz advises applicants to ask about a company's culture and history, because that proves a seriousness about the application and a desire to be a part of the business. When she is looking for new people to hire, she in turn uses the same strategy to weed out people she thinks may not be a good fit.

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