Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Do you have any “rules for resumes?” Others’ Responses: – I’ve found that with just these three commandments, my students can be in the top 10% of resumes: 1. Thou Shalt Know Your Narrative, 2. Thou Shalt Have a Skimmable Resume, 3. Thou Shalt Highlight Accomplishments, Not Duties. – Thanks for the post, Matthew. The first mistake Eric made was applying for hundreds of jobs. If he had stuck to working
Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What Are the Best Job Interview Answers PART 2 of 2? Others’ Responses: – What Are Your Goals for the Future? One of the questions typically asked during an interview is about your future goals. Employers want to be sure that you won’t be moving on to another job right away. The best way to respond to the interview question “What are your goals for the future?” or “Where do you
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Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What Are the Best Job Interview Answers PART 1 of 2? Others’ Responses: – “What is your greatest strength?“ is one of the easier interview questions you’ll be asked. When you are asked questions about your strengths, it’s important to discuss attributes that will qualify you for the job. The best way to respond is to describe the skills and experience that directly correlate with the job you are applying for.
Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What Are Some Things You Shouldn’t Say During An Interview? Others’ Responses: – “I’m really sorry I’m so late.” ” There is no worse way to start a job interview than with an apology. Being punctual is critical, and no excuse—bad traffic, wrong directions, car trouble—will make up for being tardy. The obvious solution is to show up on time. – “Is everyone here as good-looking as you?” ” Flirting has