Did you know that most people are totally fearful of job interviews? What if, you could focus on a job interview as being a positive opportunity to be confident, focused and fully prepared?
Employers do not want to hire applicants who are stuck in their career, but are looking for candidates who have the intent on developing the right skills to excel in their field.
Interviewers will ask a variety of questions. They also will ask about your weakness and how you might have addressed them in the past. A professional development plan is your plan for developing the skills and necessary to support your career goals and your continued improvement. Not having a plan in place will be a red flag for prospective employers.
Here are a few tips to make a good impression on the interviewer in the job interview:
Think of the last moments of the interview as the final paragraph of an essay, It's your last chance to make a strong impression and influence the hiring manager's perception.
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