Writing effective resume content is about telling a story. So, if you want to catch an employer’s attention, let’s make it a good one!
Landing an interview is an amazing first step, but the last thing you want is to have an offer in-hand after weeks of interviewing for a job that isn’t a fit to begin with. So, ask questions related to your wants, expectations and readiness for the job.
Good paper alone won’t land you the offer letter, but it will help you stand out from the competition when handing a resume in person. There are also many different brands and types of fancy paper to choose from, so where should you start? In this article, we break down the top 3 things to consider when purchasing resume paper.
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.