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BY CHANDRIMA THAKUR
One of the greatest challenges that we face in our career is getting ready for job. First impression is the last impression and you will never get any second chances to make first impression. Job readiness to many recruiters and hiring managers is the difference between a mediocre candidate and a candidate ready to present for the job. This article will provide practical tips on how to prepare for a job interview. The preparation checklist includes the following :
It is important to explore your skills ,interests, the the fields or the areas you are interested in to clear the confusion regarding job hunt. This interest assessments usually ask you a series of questions about what you like and don’t like to do. Then based on your findings apply for jobs related to those sectors. You should have a good understanding of why you want the job and why you’re qualified. You should be prepared to explain your interest in the opportunity and why you’re the best person for the role. In this way the job hunt becomes easier and you are applying for the right jobs and are self-aware about your interests.
Learning new skills is one of the best ways to become more successful in your career. Start to articulate your skills, your gaps and areas of development will also help in not only ensuring you are job ready. In most professions, upgrading your skills is highly valued and is seen as a requirement for many employers. Most jobs are dynamic, constantly changing, and adapting as the field grows. There are sites Such as Coursera,Khan academy,Udemy where you can access to courses to upgrade yourself.
A resume is a formal document that provides an overview of your professional qualifications, including your relevant work experience, skills, education, and notable accomplishments. A strong resume communicates your qualifications and sets you up for career success. What should be put into a resume depends on the job you’re applying for and your relevant professional background.
At minimum, a resume should include the following sections:
Researching the company you’re applying to is an important part of preparing for an interview. Not only will it help provide context for your interview conversations, but it will also help you when preparing thoughtful questions for your interviewers. Good research would include the following:
It’s important to read the job description carefully and make sure that you understand all the requirements and responsibilities that go along with it. This will not only prepare you with thoughtful, targeted questions about the position during the interview, but it will ensure that you’re truly qualified and prepared to tackle the responsibilities if you get the job. During the interview, ask for clarification or details about the role, so you can be sure you’re ready should you receive a job offer.
It’s important to think early on about the questions you may be asked so that you can prepare an articulate and polished response. These types of general interview questions are often asked:
Consider doing a practice interview with friends or family members (especially if they have experience interviewing employees themselves). The practice will be helpful and give you more confidence. Have the mock interviewer ask both common questions as well as offbeat ones to see how well you can think on your feet.
There are a great number of practical steps you can do to prepare for a job interview. By following the advice in this article, you will be better prepared and more confident for your interview. Good luck!
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