Dates on a resume are very important and something that EVERY employer looks at. They want to see how much experience you have and if you have any gaps in employment. This is one of the reasons why...
Have you found yourself in a similar predicament trying to gather all of your relevant experiential examples in time for the interview? Is there a solution to this mind-crippling problem? I can provide you an answer to the last question, which is a resounding: YES!
Best practices to reap maximum benefit from all the hard work you’ve invested thus far and reinvests in your value as a candidate for present and future opportunities. While it is crucial to make a great first impression, a great last impression is equally as important.
Let me share how I prepare for my interviews, and maybe this will help you. I prepare for an interview by using a mental checklist, and I would suggest the same to you. You can make a written list as well.
The point of the interview is to determine compatibility, and this can’t be accomplished without thoughtful questioning and astute listening on your part. A few key questions to ask during every interview.
49% of employers ‘know’ a candidate is a good fit in the first 5 minutes of an interview, so you’d better be prepared to answer this question. “So, tell me about yourself”.