An interview is not a game of skill, except insofar as your skills may (may!) be what got you in the door.
It's psychologically healthier and arguably more realistic to treat it like a dice game -- one rolled by you, your prospective employer, and the gods of chaos.
I mean, how might you act if you believed interviews were games of chance?
- you would play the numbers, and expect a good outcome given sufficient tries
- you might roll sometimes just to see what's out there
- you wouldn't carry all the dread, shame & aversive baggage around
It's just as good to keep a healthy skepticism about the interview process from the employer's perspective.
every hire is a risk, and if you have invested enough time to feel highly confident in your opinion, you have likely also exhausted the candidate and all interviewers. 🙃
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