Fri, 07 Sep 2012 19:45:09 GMT
The Most Important:
- Surround yourself with professionals and colleagues, by Informational Interview.
- Put too much energy on sending resumes online, instead of socializing with real people.
by Tieger & Barron by Barbara Moses
- *Send an article you find interesting *
Example: Thank you … I was so intrigued by … Happen to read some articles … you may find it interesting … there is the link …
- Release new product – send congrats.
- Never to be used to sell yourself in order to get a job
- Usually by telephone, sometimes people prefer face-to-face
- Can you link me to somebody else
- Email request – The KEY is to be* brief.*
- Hello. Who I am. What I want. Can I have a conversation with you?
- First impression 20~30 sec matters most.
- “Make interviewer like to have you around.”
- Give resume to friends
Copy and Paste job description to resume, word for word.
What your references would say about you?
- What specific words or examples would they use in their description?
- What are your “valued-added” elements?
- Limit bullets to the most relevant marketable aspects of your experience; provide evidence
- Mention activity involved (data entry)
- Focus on *transferable *skill attention to detail)
- Demonstrate skills characteristics that can be transferred from one kind of work (bank clerk) to another (research assistant)
Be uncluttered, logically organized, and consistent