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就业指导

职业测评

“职业天空”(CareerSky)是一款针对大学生的职业生涯规划系统,包括了解自我、了解职业、职业决策与行动三个模块。通过职业测评,通过对自我和对职业世界的探索,帮助学生正确认识自我,合理定位,找到自己的生涯发展方向。


使用说明:

1.本系统向全校学生开放。

2.学生以链接的形式直接进入域名为scut.ncss.org.cn/jixun 的网站。

3.学生使用系统前需要先进行注册验证,请点击页面“马上注册”按钮按照要求进行注册。通过学籍验证后即可登入系统完善信息并修改登录密码。

4.填写完毕以后点击“提交”按钮即可正式进入系统。

5.学生登陆后可以根据系统的提示完成整个职业规划探索过程。可反复登陆。

6.“职业天空”内每种测评,每一年可以做两次。

7.若在登陆或使用“职业天空”系统的过程中遇到问题,请email至:hnlgcareer@126.com提出。我们将尽快解决。

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职业生涯规划

有自我生涯规划的人会有清晰的发展目标,每个人的人生不仅与收入有关,还与自己的生涯规划发展有关。有目标的人才能抗拒短期的诱惑,有目标的人才会坚定的朝着自己的方向前进,有目标的人才会感觉充实。每个人只有找准自己的角色定位才能取得最大的成功,做自己喜欢的事情,做到极致,最容易成功。很多时候失败的人不代表没有能力,而是角色定位的失败。个人生涯规划正是对个人角色的有效定位的方式。

快来参加国际教育学院职业规划沙龙,了解你的职业生涯,拓展你未来的职业发展方向!

咨询服务三大运作理念为:职业定位、职业目标设定、职业通道设计。

1.让自己清晰个人特质特点和优势。

2.通过沟通分析与心理测评找到自己感兴趣的职业方向。

3.围绕个人人生理想、愿景以及价值观取向,确立人生及职业目标。

4.通过全方位的素质和综合胜任力准确评估个人职业胜任能力,确定自己能做什么。

5.重新认识自身的职场价值并使其增值。

6.通过职业专家对当地社会现有职业状况调研,从而发现更能发挥自己特质和优势的新的职业机遇。

7.综合以上最终确定自己的职业定位。

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如何写一篇优秀的求职简历

1、求职简历不要太长

大学生的求职简历普遍都太长。其实求职简历内容过多反而会淹没一些有价值的闪光点。而且,每到招聘的时候,一个企业,尤其是大企业会收到很多份求职简历,工作人员不可能都仔细研读,1份求职简历一般只用1分钟就看完了,再长的求职简历也超不过3分钟。所以,求职简历尽量要短。

求职简历过长的一个重要原因是有的人把中学经历都写了上去,其实这完全没有必要,除非你中学时代有特殊成就,比如在奥林匹克竞赛中获过奖,一般来说,学习经历应该从大学开始写起。

很多学生的求职简历都附了厚厚一摞成绩单、荣誉证书的复印件,其实求职简历上可以不要这些东西,只需要在求职简历上列出所获得的比较重要的荣誉。如果企业对此感兴趣,会要求求职者在面试时把这些带去。

2、求职简历一定要真实客观

个人求职简历一定要按照实际情况填写,任何虚假的内容都不要写。即使有的人靠含有水分的求职简历得到面试的机会,但面试时也会露出马脚的。

3、不要过分谦虚

求职简历中不要注水并不等于把自己的一切,包括弱项都要写进去。有的学生在求职简历里特别注明自己某项能力不强,这就是过分谦虚了,实际上不写这些并不代表说假话。有的求职学生在求职简历上写道:我刚刚走人社会,没有工作经验,愿意从事贵公司任何基层工作。“这也是过分谦虚的表现,这会让招聘者认为你什么职位都适合,其实也就是什么职位都不适合。

4、求职简历要写上求职的职位

求职简历上一定要注明求职的职位。每份求职简历都要根据你所申请的职位来设计,突出你在这方面的优点,不能把自己说成是一个全才,任何职位都适合。不要只准备一份求职简历,要根据工作性质有侧重地表现自己,如果你认为一家单位有两个职位都适合你,可以向该单位同时投两份求职简历。

5、在文字、排版、格式上不要出现错误

用人单位最不能容忍的事是求职简历上出现错别字或是在格式、排版上有技术性错误以及求职简历被折叠得皱皱巴巴、有污点,这会让用人单位认为你连自己求职这样的事都不用心,那工作也不会用心。

6、求职简历不必做得太花哨

一般来说求职简历不必做得太花哨,用质量好一些的白纸就可以了,尽量用a4的纸。现在学生求职简历中比较流行做封面的形式,其实没有必要,这会增加求职简历的厚度。

7、求职简历言辞要简洁直白

大学生的求职简历很多言辞过于华丽,形容词、修饰语过多,这样的求职简历一般不会打动招聘者。求职简历最好多用动宾结构的句子,简洁直白。

8、不要写上对薪水的要求

求职简历上写上对工资的要求要冒很大的风险,最好不写。如果薪水要求太高,会让企业感觉雇不起你;如果要求太低,会让企业感觉你无足轻重。对于刚出校门的大学生来说,第一份工作的薪水不重要,不要在这方面费太多脑筋。

9、不要写太多个人情况

不要把个人资料写得如此详细,姓名、电话、性别是必需的,出生年月可有可无,如果应聘国家机关、事业单位应该写政治面貌,如果到外企求职,这一项也可省去,其他都可不写。

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8ResumeTips-HowtoWriteAResumeThatStandsOut

The resume has one purpose and that is to land you a job interview. Keep in mind, the person reviewing your resume probably has to look at hundreds of others, so yours has to stand out from the rest in order to get a call. Here are 8 resume tips that will help you write an awesome, eye-popping resume.

1. Target your resume for every job. - The best resumes are always the most relevant. It is very easy to tell if a resume has been mass produced and not targeted to the job being applied for. If an individual takes time to tweak the resume for the specific position they are applying for, it makes it more relevant.

The best way to do this is to read the job description and use similar language as the employer. If the employer is looking for someone who can multitask and handle multiple projects at one time, then you should find a way to highlight that skill if you possess it. This makes you look like a great match for the position and increases your chances of scoring an interview

2. Use job titles that pop. - Take a look at these two job titles, and decide which job title makes more of an impact.

Manager or Manager of Logistics and Distribution

If you picked the second title, you're right. The second title is more job specific and targeted, which gives the employer a clearer idea of what your role was at your previous position. Considering that the person reviewing resumes takes a few fleeting seconds to look over yours, a job title like the second one will pop out and give you a better shot at landing an interview.

3. Focus on achievements instead of duties. - Many resumes just list bunch of duties and responsibilities, and don't highlight any achievements.

For example, instead of saying you were a sale representative; you could add that you were earned the Top Producer Award for exceeding your sales quota 3 months in a row. Listing achievements shows you went above and beyond your call of duty.

4. Identify and fill the needs of the employer. - Read the job description carefully. Often times, a resume will show that the applicant barely looked at the job description.

Just remember, every employer is looking for someone to fill the needs of the job. If they can't picture you doing the job based on your resume, they aren't going to call you for an interview. But if an employer is looking for a person who can program web pages for small businesses, and your resume clearly highlights you specialize in designing websites for small businesses; you'll have a great shot at getting an interview.

5. Use action verbs. - Just like your job titles should pop, so should your choice of words. Use as many action verbs as you can to showcase power and signify accomplishment.

For example, if you had a customer service job, instead of writing Responsible for answering customer service calls, you could put Communicated with current customers to address concerns and maintain customer loyalty. The second choice wording is so much more compelling.

6. Make your resume easy to read. - Now this may seem like a no brainer, but formatting your resume is extremely important. Make sure you leave enough white space in between the lines and margins. If you squeeze too much information onto one page, it will be very difficult for the screener to read and they won't be very motivated to get through yours.

Some helpful tips are to use at least 11 or 12 point font in Times New Roman or Arial and keep margins at least 1 inch. Use bullet points to list out your accomplishments instead of writing them paragraph style.

7. Create an email proof formatting. - These days, many companies don't even want to see a hard copy resume. All they want is an electronic resume that is submitted through a form on their website. Considering this, you have to create a resume that will still be readable when received on the other end.

You should create a text-based resume in Notepad that doesn't have any fancy formatting. If your resume is in Microsoft Word format and has bullets or tab spacing, you will have trouble translating these types of formatting over when submitting your resume on the company's website form. So take the time to create a simple, text-based resume that you can easily cut and paste into any web form. This will save you time, and spare the employer from trying to decipher your resume.

8. Proofread you resume twice. - There isn't a bigger turn off to an employer than a resume that contains lots of typos and grammatical errors. Not only does this look really bad, but it also shouts out your lack of attention to detail. Now who would want to hire someone who turns in sloppy work?

You can never proofread your resume enough. Your resume is a reflection of yourself. Before submitting it, make sure there aren't any errors or mistakes so it showcases your talents in the best way possible.

I hope these resume tips will bring you lots of success in your job hunt and get you a ton of interviews. By following these guidelines, you'll be able to create a compelling, eye-catching resume that stands out from the rest and can lead to lots of new opportunities for you.

转载:http://www.linkedin.com/pulse/8-resume-tips-how-write-stands-out-dewi-chew

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面试中的举止如何才算得当

人与人之间永远有距离。每个人都有自己的空间。面试时,应试人和主试人必须保持一定的距离,留有适当的空间,不适当的距离会使主试人感到不舒服。如果应试人多,招聘单位一般会预先布置好面试室,把应试人坐的位置固定好。你进面试室后,不要随意将固定的椅子挪来挪去。有的人喜欢表现亲密,总是把椅子往前挪。殊不知,主试人是讨厌这种行为的,因为他们不喜欢别人坐得太近。如果应试人少,主试人也许人让你同坐在一张沙发上,这时,你就应该界定距离,太近了不好,太远了也不好。太近了容易和主试人产生肌肤接触,这是失礼的行为。如果一个女性应试人和一个男性主试人摩肩擦时,主试人势必会认为你是个轻佻的女子,不宜录用。坐得太远了,则会使主试人产生一种疏远的感觉,这就会影响沟通的效果。

坐势须自知

应试人必须有良好完美的坐势,以使面试中的沟通和接触能够顺利进行。如果你坐的是一张直背椅,千万不要瘫在椅背上,背脊应挺直,切勿弯腰弓背,也不要摇摆小腿,头要挺起,但不宜高昂着头颅,僵直着脖子,这样会把自己弄成一具僵尸似的,给人以一种冷冰冰的感觉。如果你坐的是一张软绵绵的沙发,就要量控制住自己的身体不要陷坐下去,应用脊椎抵住椅背。无论是坐硬椅子还是坐软沙发,都应保持轻松自如的坐势,双手最好平放在腿上,双眼平视主试人。面试时最忌讳的坐势就是把腿翘起来。在日常生活中,很多人翘二郎腿是无意识的动作,往往一坐下来便不知不觉地翘了起来。因此,面试时一定要有意识地提醒自己,千万不要翘腿,否则,主试人会认为你这个人自高自大,没有修养。有的应试人在录用时名落孙山,就是因为面试时翘过二郎腿所致,可是事后自己还一直不知道何缘何故呢。

态度须自然、亲切、友善、斯文和积极

为了做到这一点,一是脸上应挂着微笑。微笑是无声的语言,是人与人之间沟通的一种好方法。会心而善良真诚的笑意,会使你的脸庞更加美好,显得更亲切。微笑会使用权主试人对你友善,而友善则是面试成功的最好条件之一。假如你在面试时自始自终板起一副脸孔,显得冷若冰霜,主试人怎么可能会对你产生一种亲切感受呢?

二是要注意眼神的交流(eye contact)。面试过程中应望着主试人,直视对方的双眼,以示留神。如果你在东张西望,不是看天花板就是看地板,主试人难免会认为你太冷漠,或显得你做事三心二意。面试时都难以专心致志,遑论工作?

三是不要急于抢答问题,先让面试人问完问题,然后给自己数秒钟的时间去想清楚才开始作答。说话时神情要镇定,态度要不卑不亢。不可滔滔不绝,兴奋不已以致口沫横飞,这是有失斯文的。四是不要把面试谈话变成争论或争辩。在面谈过程中,主试人很可能在某个问题会和你意见相左,在这种情况下,千万不要过于热烈地维护自己。如果你老用一种僵硬的语气反驳:Why isn't it so?(为什么不是这样?)It's stupide of you to say so.(你那样说是愚蠢的。)It's my opinion, no matter whether you like it or not.(不管你喜不喜欢,我就是这么认为的。)主试人听了,肯定会厌烦不已。要记住,面试的目的是要获得工作,而不是要在谈话中和主试人比个高低。你在争辩中取胜了,可失去的却是一份工作,这真是得不偿失啊!

小动作须避免

当着人挖耳朵、擦眼屎、剔牙缝、擦鼻子、打喷嚏、用力清喉咙都是粗鲁与令人生厌的小动作。应试人在面试时应该努力避免这些令人难堪的小动作。只要你意识到这些小运作会误了自己的大事,想避免这些小毛病是完全可以做到的。你可以将双手交叠在膝上,用拇指指甲抚弄着另一只手的掌心,这样你的双手就会被服帖地管制住。即使喷嚏难以抑制住,打过之后你也应该脱口说一声Excuse me.(对不起。)这样,被喷嚏所破坏了的谈话气氛又可以马上恢复过来。扮鬼脸也是一种不雅的小动作。有些人总爱在脸上表露出对别人说话的反映,或惊喜,或遗憾,或愤怒,或担忧,表达这些情绪时,他们总是歪嘴、眨眼、皱眉、瞪眼、耸鼻子,这就是扮鬼脸。这种鬼脸在平时人与人的交往中或许有好的效果,但在面试时却有害无益,应加以克服。还有一类小动作就是为了掩饰内心的紧张和不适而去抓头皮、弄头发、搔痒。克服这类毛病并不难,保持轻松自在的坐势,双手平稳地抱臂,如果带有公文包,用手抱着包、或手握手也行。手里抓住了东西,不要嚼口香糖,也不要吸烟。

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Top 10 Job Interview Tips

When you're interviewing for a job, the little things can make a big difference. Even a small mistake can cost you a job offer. Take the time to prepare so you can make the best possible impression at every job interview you go on.

These interview tips cover all the basics you need to know to ace a job interview. From checking out the company to sending an interview thank you note, make your interview a success when you follow these tips.

Avoid These Interview Mistakes

What shouldn't you do when interviewing? Check out the most common job interview mistakes, blunders, and errors a candidate for employment can make. Some of them are minor; others can make or break your chances of getting hired. Then take the time to prepare before your interview, so you don't have to stress about how it went after it's over.

Dress for Interview Success

The first impression you make on a potential employer can make a big difference in the outcome of your job interview. The first judgment an interviewer makes is going to be based on how you look and what you are wearing. That's why it's always important to dress appropriately for a job interview. What's appropriate varies by employer, so you'll need to pick out an outfit that's a fit for where you want to get hired.

Improve Your Interview Technique

A job interview gives you a chance to shine. What you say and do will either move you to the next round of consideration for employment or knock you out of contention. Here's how to improve your interview technique and wow the interviewer.

Take the Time to Say Thank You After the Interview

Taking the time to say thank you after a job interview not only is good interview etiquette. It also reinforces your interest in the position and shows the interviewer that you have excellent follow-up skills. Use your thank you letter, as well, to address any issues and concerns that came up during the interview.

Practice Interviewing

Taking the time to review typical interview questions you will probably be asked during a job interview will help give you a framework for your responses. It will also calm your frazzled nerves, because you won't be scrambling for an answer while you're in the interview hot seat.

Practice interviewing with a friend or family member ahead of time, and it will be much easier when you're actually in a job interview.

Use Your Networking Contacts

Who you know at the company you are interviewing with really does matter. Your connections can refer you for a job, provide inside information on the company, and tell you what to expect during the interview.

Here's how to use your contacts and connections to get an insider advantage so you can ace the interview and impress the interviewer.

Check Out the Company

How much do you know about the company that just contacted you to schedule an interview? It should be plenty, and all the information you need is available online.

Here are tips on how to research a company, get the inside scoop on the company culture, and use your connections to get an interview advantage.

Be Prepared for a Phone Interview

While you're actively job searching, it's important to be prepared for a phone interview on short notice. You never know when a recruiter or a networking contact might call and ask if you have time to talk about a job opportunity.

Review these tips for advice on how to pull off your phone interview without a hitch.

Handle a Group Interview

Interviewing with one person is tough enough, but it's even harder when you have to interview with a group (or panel) of interviewers. Here's how advice on how to ace a panel interview.

Interview While Dining

Taking you to breakfast, lunch or dinner provides the interviewer with a chance to check out your communication and interpersonal skills, as well as your table manners, in a more casual environment than an office setting.

转载:https://www.thebalance.com/top-job-interview-tips-2061331

How to Succeed in a Job Interview

  1. Know the basics. There are only three main questions an interviewer wants to ask:

Can you do the job?

Will you do the job?

Will you fit in?

Structuring your planning around these three areas, will help you to cover the most crucial issues likely to be covered during the interview, and give you the chance to prepare your key statements and responses to market yourself most effectively.

Can you do the job?

Questions in this area are intended to probe your background. It is unlikely you would have been invited for interview if your qualifications and experience on paper did not match the criteria for the job. Most interviewers therefore will spend about 15% of the interview on this area.

Do you have the required qualifications?

If the job is very technical, you may be required to demonstrate greater in-depth technical knowledge in the interview. Be prepared to verify and back up any claims you make regarding qualifications and so on. Employers are increasingly using the services of data agencies to verify details given on CVs and application forms. Avoid 'little white lies' such as upgrading your A Level results. A small fib found out will undermine your credibility totally.

  1. Always arrive 20 minutes early. this will ensure that you are not nervous and will give you plenty of time to prepare.

  2. Make up your mind to try to smile! Smile through the interview because this is your final examination, you are not going to get the opportunity for a rain check, and therefore, you are going to get that job if your life depended on it.

  3. Make sure you take a trip to the rest room before you go in. interviewees are always nervous so sweaty hands result.

  4. Make a trip to the rest room before the interview to check your hair, teeth, makeup, etc. please also wash and dry your hands before. you will not get a goodbye handshake if you don’t.

  5. Make sure you have plenty of breath mints handy. bad breath is a sure way to turn off the interviewer; especially if the interview is behind closed doors.

  6. Check your nose hair, trim your eyebrows.

  7. Be sure you are well groomed.

    Men: Avoid colouring your hair to make a good impression. There is nothing worse than a man trying to pass off as a younger man.

    Women: You can mostly get away with it - it is sometimes even recommended.

  8. Always make sure your hair is neatly trimmed and cut to a professional length. Curls and fluff will not get you through an interview.

    Men: No long hair, handle bar moustaches or overgrown beards. Keep it short and professional. You can always grow it back once you get the job! No earrings, thick gold chains, or nose rings either.

  9. Make sure you have a positive attitude. Use positive words, like yes, instead of no.

  10. Talk about your achievements: how your involvement saved or made the company money, reduced expenses, solved problems, saved time, trained users, show value to your employer.

  11. Always tell the truth

  12. Always be positive.

  13. Take notes, but only after asking permission to do so.

  14. Ask lots of questions about what you will be doing, who you will interact with, about your role in current and future projects.

  15. Exude confidence. (You are the expert on what you have done. don’t be shy about your abilities).

  16. Take a copy of your references, and 3-4 nicer copies of your resume to hand out to each interviewer. Also take copies of written references.

  17. If asked, give examples of when you failed and how you overcame it. Explain that you did not view this as failure. it was a learning experience.

面试问题及回答技巧

1、我们为什么要聘用你?

(测试你的沉静与自信。)给一个简短、有礼貌的回答:“我能做好我要做的事情”、“我相信自己,我想得到这份工作”。

2、为什么你想到这里来工作?

 (这应该是你喜爱的题目。)因为你在此前进行了大量的准备,你了解这家公司。组织几个原因,最好是简短而切合实际的。

3、这个职位最吸引你的是什么?

 (这是一个表现你对这个公司、这份工作看法的机会。)回答应使考官确认你具备他要求的素质。

4、你是否喜欢你老板的职位?

回答当然是“YES,如你不满意,可补充: “当我有这个评测能力时”,或“有这样一个空缺时吧。”

5、你是否愿意去公司派你去的那个地方?

如果你回答“NO,你可能会因此而失掉这份工作,记住:你被雇用后你可以和公司就这个问题再行谈判。

6、谁曾经给你最大的影响?

选一个名字即可,最好是你过去的老师等,再简短准备几句说明为什么。

7、你将在这家公司呆多久

回答这样的问题,你该持有一种明确的态度,即:能待多久待多久,尽可能长,“我在这里继续学习和完善自己。

8、什么是你最大的成就?

准备一两个成功的小故事。

9、你能提供一些参考证明吗?

你该准备好一些相关的整洁的打印件,并有现在的电话和地址。

10、从现在开始算,未来的五年,你想自己成为什么样子?或者:告诉我,你事业的目标?

回答一定要得体,根据你的能力和经历。

11、你有和这份工作相关的训练或品质吗?

说明要短,举两三个最重要的品质,要有事实依据。

12、你成功的因素是什么?

回答要短,让考官自己去探究,比如只一句话:“我喜欢挑战性工作。

13、你最低的薪金要求是多少?

 (这是必不可少的问题,因为你和你的考官出于不同考虑都十分关心它。)你聪明的做法是:不做正面回答。强调你最感兴趣的是这个机遇和挑战并存的工作,避免讨论经济上的报酬,直到你被雇用为止。

14、你还有什么问题吗?

你必须回答“当然。你要准备通过你的发问,了解更多关于这家公司、这次面试、这份工作的信息。

假如你笑笑说“没有(心里想着终于结束了,长长吐了口气),那才是犯了一个大错误。这往往被理解为你对该公司、对这份工作没有太深厚的兴趣;其次,从最实际的考虑出发,你难道不想听话听音敲打一下考官,推断一下自己入围有几成希望?

这里有一些供你选择的问题:1、为什么这个职位要公开招聘?2、这家公司(这个部门)最大的挑战是什么?3、您能否用一两句话简要为我介绍一下公司的长远目标和战略计划?4、您考虑这个职位上供职的人应有什么素质?5、决定雇用的时间大致期限要多久?6、关于我的资格与能力问题,您还有什么要问的吗?

转载:http://ic.ruc.edu.cn/pub_ic/jyzd/20101102/207.html中国人民大学国际学院


How to Introduce Yourself at a Job Interview

What's the best way to introduce yourself at a job interview? How can you start off an interview making the best possible impression? First impressions can play a major role in how an employer perceives you as a candidate. What you say during the first phase of the interview may make a big difference in the outcome - in a good way or in a bad way.

In fact, some hiring managers may make a decision to reject a candidate based on what they didn't do when they met them. That's why it's important to pay attention to interview manners and to carefully think through how you will introduce yourself during a job interview.

What to Say When You Arrive at the Interview

When you arrive at the interview site introduce yourself to the receptionist by stating your name and the purpose of your visit. For example: My name is Tim Jones, and I have an interview scheduled with John Smith at 2 pm. or I'm Janine Bellows, and I have an appointment with Jack Clark at 10 am.

What to Say When You Meet the Hiring Manager

You will either be escorted to the interview room, or the hiring manager will come out to meet you in the reception area. Again, take the time to introduce yourself so the interviewer knows who you are.

Offer to shake hands, even if the interviewer doesn't offer their hand first. It's good etiquette to include a handshake as part of your introduction. Tell the interviewer that it is a pleasure to meet them, smile, and be sure to make eye contact. For example: I'm Tina Lionel, it's a pleasure to meet you.

Tip: To avoid sweaty palms, stop in the restroom prior to the interview and wash and dry your hands. If that's not feasible, use a tissue to dry off your hands ahead of time. Here's more on how to avoid interview mistakes and how to avoid interview stress.

2  Keep Your Introduction Short and Concise

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You'll have an opportunity to introduce yourself on an in-depth basis during the interview. Many hiring managers will start an interview with an open-ended question like Tell me about yourself. The core of your response should focus on the key elements in your background which will enable you to excel in the job for which you are interviewing.

You should carefully analyze the job before the interview so you can point out the interests, skills, experiences, and personal qualities which will enable you to meet or exceed the requirements.

Keep Your Introduction Short

Your introduction should be concise enough to hold the interest of the interviewer. Generally, a quick recap of your most compelling qualifications will suffice. You could also mention a couple of tidbits which are not essential to the job, but reflect your persona like the fact that you are an avid skier, have performed at comedy clubs, or collect African art.

Your goal is to connect personally with the interviewer, as well as to show that you're qualified for the job and would make a great new hire.

Of course, your initial comments should show your enthusiasm for the job and organization. However, don't overdo it and don't spend too much time talking about yourself. The interviewer has an agenda and time is limited, so keep your introduction brief so you can move on to the next question.

Be Prepared for Follow Up Questions

The interviewer may follow up your introduction with more questions, so it's important to remember that you will need to support whatever assertions you make during your introduction.

Be prepared to provide specific examples of how and where you have utilized your assets to successfully carry out work or volunteer roles, academic projects, or other productive endeavors.

3  Manners Matter at Job Interviews

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Manners matter during a job interview. Regardless of the job you are applying for, you will be expected to act professionally throughout every phase of the interview process from greeting the interviewer to saying thank you after your interview.

Review these job interview etiquette tips for before, during, and after a job interview to ensure that you're minding your manners and making the best impression you can on the interviewer.

转载:https://www.thebalance.com/how-to-introduce-yourself-at-a-job-interview-2060581








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