Most hiring managers have three specific goals in mind when they begin the search for a candidate: they want to find someone who can handle the work at hand, someone who will get along with others in the workplace, and someone who they can afford. (In other words, they want someone who will happily accept their salary offer, step onboard, and stay.)A resume can help employers determine if a candidate meets these requirements. But once dozens of resumes have been narrowed down to a few final contenders, the interview process can help managers close the deal. So if you want to get in the door, you’ll need a great resume. But you’ll also need to navigate the interview process and allow your potential employers to confirm their positive hunches about you. Here’s what to expect.