At some point in their life, everyone will encounter the interview process whether when applying for a job or going on your first date, you will be berated with questions designed to get to know you and extract information. You probably spend most of your time preparing for these questions, making elaborate stories to questions such as “What’s you biggest weakness?” Or “Where do you plan to be in 5 years?” (Both questions are indications of a bad interviewer, by the way).
However, the most important question that an interviewer asks you will be “Do you have any questions for me?”. This is not only your time to shine but also your opportunity to learn more about the person or company that you are going to be working for soon. If you get the role, you should know what you’re getting into.
Here are 3 questions you should always ask an interviewer at the end of an interview.
Since the early 20th century, the resume has been the standard on which employers judge perspective candidates worthy of joining their ranks, and since the dawn of the modern PC, the Word template for resumes has been used to “impress” recruiters. While this resume template has your five main points of contact that we all believe recruiters want to see, it doesn’t stand out next to the hundreds of applicants a job positing can garner.
On average, a recruiter takes 3 seconds to review a resume before moving on to the next or putting you in one step closer to getting a phone call for the pre-screen. With that in mind, here are 3 ways you can spice up that jumble of word salad of your greatest achievements that you call your resume to make it worth a recruiter’s time;
Passionate about integrating technology and finding data driven solutions as a business partner.