Tips for being memorable in an interview

08/9/2013 | CBS MoneyWatch

Job candidates must find a way to be memorable during an interview, career experts interviewed for this article suggest. Candidates should carefully match their skills to the job description and sell themselves as the solution, they advise. Also, candidates should be confident in body language and bring props for show and tell, suggests executive career coach Ford Myers. "Bring a presentation booklet that aligns your experiences and strengths to the employer's problems and challenges," Myers suggests.

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