Importance of a Professional Resume for Cracking an Interview
Building a career takes almost an entire lifetime. Grabbing the right set of opportunities at the right time and utilizing them in the best way possible helps in creating a strong established career. Selection Criteria are not easy these days. With so much competition in the market, it becomes difficult to grab a good job, even if a candidate is from good educational background.
The first step to create an impression while attending an interview is creating an impressive professional resume. It is the resume that reflects on the overall qualities of a candidate in brief. It highlights educational background, awards, achievements, experience, etc. Main aim of recruiters is to identify the best candidates from such huge bunch coming for interview. Always remember that recruiters are there to take candidates to fill up on their company’s vacant positions. They are not there to reject only. In fact, their work is tougher than candidates. They also want to select the candidate at the earliest to reduce on their workload and pressure. However, they need to be careful. A little bit of careless attitude can lead to serious trouble befalling on them as well on the company. Hence, their task is tougher. Going through every professional resume, studying them carefully, and then interviewing candidates according to their merits, is not an easy job to carry out.
Some tips for candidates while going for an interview:
When going for an interview, it is necessary to get groomed properly. Full shaven face, hair trimmed properly, and full sleeve white colored shirts with formal dark black, brown, or deep blue trouser needs to be worn. Shirt should be tucked properly. Sleeves should not be folded. Shoes should be fully formal. Color of shoes need to be either black or dark brown. The color of shoe should match that of belt. No fancy watch should be worn on wrists. Normal black or brown leather belted watch is the best option. Carry a properly created Professional resume. Finally, while entering the room, knock at the door and ask for permission. Before leaving, shake hands and express gratitude by saying “nice meeting you sir/ma’am”. Also, don’t ever take a seat unless being told to by the interviewer.
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