Writing a compelling resume is a crucial part of any job search. A well-written resume presents you and your accomplishments in the best light and can be the difference between getting an interview and being passed by for the job.
You’re preparing for a networking meeting. You know you want to get the most information out of your contact as possible, but you don’t know what questions to ask. After all, you don’t know what you don’t know.
Like we discussed two weeks ago, the dreaded interview question, “Tell me about yourself,” is a loaded one to navigate. It’s difficult to condense your life story into two minutes with a person you’ve never met before. When you're in an interview setting, you want to present yourself as authentically as possible, but also in the best light possible.