The Interview is your Chance to Shine
Make the most of your moment
Your resume and cover letter shows that the company will want to meet with you and discover whether you are the ideal candidate for the position, whether you really are a person who will excel and go beyond what the position demands.
The cover letter and resume have opened the door to a first step with an initial interview. Answering questions is the goal of any job interview. No matter what questions you may answer, remember they arise from the employer's desire to know more about you as a person and as a professional. Remember to prepare for this line of questioning, so your responses will not only be clear, but compelling. In the rest of this section, we have concentrated on preparing various documents which aim to help you learn what you need to do to convert the interview into a job offer, covering the following points:
- Preparing for the interview.
- Information to investigate the company.
- How to introduce ourselves.
- What to bring to the interview.
- What not to wear to the interview.
- Put yourself in the interviewers position.
- Practicing for the interview.
- What to say and what not to say during the interview.
- When you ask questions during the interview.
- What to do after the interview.
- How to excel at a second interview.
- What to do and say when you receive a job offer.
- Evaluating the job offer.
- Once You Have Been Selected for the Job
- Absent From Work
- Inseparable Companion Cover Letter
- Thank You Letters
- Letters of Recommendation
- How to Get a Good Job
- The Day of the Interview
- How to Excel at the Second Interview
- What Not to do at an Interview
- How to Ask Questions
- What to do when you get an Interview
- Building a Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- Harassment at Work
- Information to Investigate
- Interview the Final Step
- Interview is the Chance to Shine
- Professional Success
- Thirty Tips for Job Seekers