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The 10 questions you're most likely to be asked in a job interview
  1. Tell me about yourself.
  2. What interests you about this opening? (Or why do you want to work for us?)
  3. What do you know about our company so far?
  4. Why did you leave your last job? (Or why are you thinking about leaving your current job?)
  5. Tell me about your experience at ___. (Fill in past job.)
  6. What experience do you have doing ____? (Fill in each of the major responsibilities of the job.)
  7. Tell me about your strengths.
  8. Tell me about a time when... (Fill in with situations relevant to the position. For instance: Tell me about when you had to take initiative ... you had to deal with a difficult customer ... you had to respond to a crisis ... you had to give difficult feedback to an employee ... You get the idea.)
  9. What salary range are you looking for?
  10. What questions do you have for me?
Still have more time to practice? Bonus points if you practice answers to these additional five questions:
  1. What's most important to you in a new position?
  2. How does this position fit in with the career path you envision for yourself?
  3. What has been your biggest professional achievement?
  4. If I spoke with your previous boss, what in which areas would he or she say you need improvement?
  5. What are the first five things you would do if you got this position?
Top 10 Resume Writing Tips
1. Choose a basic font
When writing a resume it's important to use a basic font that is easy to read, both for hiring managers and for applicant management systems.
2. Include all your contact information
It's important to include all your contact information on your resume so employers can easily get in touch with you. Include your full name, street address, city, state, and zip, home phone number, cell phone number, and email address.
3. Include resume keywords
Your resume should include the same keywords that appear in job descriptions. That way, you will increase your chances of your resume matching available positions - and of you being selected for an interview.
4. Choose the right resume format
There are several basic types of resumes used to apply for job openings. Depending on your personal circumstances, choose achronological, a functional, combination, or a targeted resume. Take the time to customize your resume - it's well worth the effort.
5. Prioritize your resume content
It's important to prioritize the content of your resume so that your most important and relevant experience is listed first, with key accomplishments listed at the top of each position.
6. Write a custom resume
It definitely takes more time to write a custom resume, but, it's worth the effort, especially when applying for jobs that are a perfect match for your qualifications and experience.
7. Tailor your resume objective
If you include an objective on your resume, it's important to tailor your resume objective to match the job you are applying for. The more specific you are, the better chance you have of being considered for the job you are interested in.
8. Tweak for Technology
In this competitive job-seeking environment, job seekers need to make sure that their resume stands out from the pack, is selected by talent management systems, and shows, in a professional, no-nonsense way, that the applicant has taken the time and interest to pursue a specific job opening.
9. Use a resume template
Use a resume template as a starting point for creating your own resume. Add your information to the resume template, then tweak and edit it to personalize your resume, so it highlights your skills and abilities.
10. Email your resume
When you're sending an email resume, it's important to follow the employer's instructions on how to submit your cover letter and resume. The employer may want your resume attached to the email message and sent in specific format, typically as a Word dcocument or a PDF.

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