Hello All! Let me just give a background story, I was recently employed at my previous company for 3 months. Things were going great, I was gaining skills, knowledge, and most important of all, being part of a collaborative environment where I feel like my contributions meant something. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 struck the nation and many governments, including the state I live in, has issued a shelter in place. Because of this, this has affected the company that I worked at negatively. They had to make the unfortunate decision to lay off people and I was one of the unlucky people. I am out on the job market, and I can always get recruiters to contact me and always get an interview with no problem. The problem is, I can never get through interviews and I seem to struggle on how I can communicate effectively. How can I demonstrate value and ensure the hiring manager can trust to hire me? I am having a real hard time on how to handle that in interviews. I feel like I have enough skills to do that. Maybe I am not addressing things clearly or maybe I am underselling myself? I am not sure. Any guidance on this would be of great help. It is so hard to find resources on how to tackle hardware engineering interviews. I tried glassdoor, indeed, LinkedIn and I feel like I am getting point in all different directions. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!