Interview Key points?
July 09, 2018
- This is the essential prerequisite to any communication in the professional world as in everyday life.
- Be short. All recruiters will ask you to summarize your profile and experiences. Present your point briefly and in relation to the proposed position.
- Start from the beginning. Speak about your initial education, it is a small but important point. Then talk about your experience from past to present.
- Explain your choices. Why you chose your university education, your first job.
- For each change, explain “why you left” and “why you chose your new employer”.
- Speak openly about what you have gained from each experience, project, … both personally and professionally.
- Be specific about what motivates you. The situations, products, environments, personalities, etc. And explain why.
- Understand the position that is to be filled. Ask the key questions in the first interview. Ask the more detailed questions in the following interviews.
- Take advantage of the interview with the consultant to ask for advice.
- He/she is a professional who can offer valuable advice.
- Be natural and sincere.
- Smile again, this is the end of the interview !
- The first impression is critical. Wear your best suit and be nicely groomed. Dress conservatively.
- Bring 3+ copies of your resume in a nice portfolio or folder.
- Find out the name and position of the interviewer so you can properly greet him or her.
- Research the company by reviewing the its website and, if available, other documents, such as annual reports.
- Arrive 15 minutes early to fill out the employment application.
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