Indeed, it is often good to be remembered. Still, in that context, we know for a fact that companies tend to interview dozens of candidates, and interviewers might be talking to many of them on the same day. So being positively memorable will help you stand out from the crowd and increase your chances of getting a callback.
According to Christof Appel, being memorable is connected to emotion brought about by situations, events, movies, music, etc. Watch part of his TED talk below.
(You can watch from 4:48 to 7:42).
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Reference: 6 ways to be more memorable in interviews, while networking, and more - Jayson DeMers