It is an old cliché but it is one that really holds true when seeking a job. Anyone that has been into weight training at the gym is told this over and over again.
All food prepping is to be done on the weekend to ensure you keep your diet perfect. If you prep your meals in advance and train hard in the gym you will get that six pack that you are working towards.
So how can you fail to prepare whilst finding a new job?
Many people make one CV and send it to 100 different companies. It's a case of being 'click-happy' on so many jobs they forget which jobs they have even applied for. Sound familiar?
Every job you apply for is a different role with different requirements.That is your one way street to failure.
Every job you apply for is a different role with different requirements. You may think you are suitable for the role but unless you highlight your experience for that particular role in your CV the trash icon will be the only icon visible. Recruiters get hundreds, if not thousands, of applicants to go through on any given day or week. It takes us less than a minute to review a CV and check if this candidate is suitable or not.
If you want your application to stand out do the following
So you did a great job on your CV and you got selected for the position and have been invited to the interview. Well done! The amount of times I’ve had candidates turn up unprepared not knowing anything about the company, or turning up late for an interview because they got lost, or were wearing a shirt that looks like it’s never seen an iron is unbelievable.
Follow these tips to ensure you are more then prepared for your interview.
Never has a truer statements been made more transparent when it comes to looking for a new job.
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