No matter if you're about to graduate from college or have 10+ years of professional experience under your belt, we've built a list of best interview practices to follow to help you get more offers.
Knowing how the company's product or service adds value to their customers along with their unique positioning in the market is equally if not more important than knowing the standard company background info.
For more junior job seekers, your desire to take on the associated responsibilities and longer-term commitment to the department is vitally important. Regardless of internships, part-time jobs, projects, etc., you're an entry-level candidate in the eyes of every hiring manager you'll meet. You may have some relevant experience, you just need to customize it along with your motivations for the specific job/department you're interviewing with.
Graduate: "I'm looking for the chance to work for a great company"