Resume Compass: The CV you will prepare should be purposeful. You don’t have to write everything. Rather than telling your life story, you should write down information about the position that the employer might care about. For this reason, it is in your advantage to do a preliminary research on the position you are applying for and the company you are applying for. What information you can and cannot include in your resume may come out as a result of this research. Also, keep in mind that you have to prepare different resumes for different job applications.
Interview Compass: If you are looking for a job, you are in the most difficult phase; interview.. When applying for the position you want to take on, you should carefully answer the questions asked during the interview process. Your responses can get you hired or be eliminated. There are a few steps you can take before and after to make a great impression during the interview.
For Success in Interviews: Do you know what the main qualifications the employer wants? You have to set your difference! What influences the interviewer’s decision to work together?
- What can you ask about the company and positions in the interview?: The questions you ask are as important as the questions you answer. By asking questions, you can learn more about the company’s philosophy and atmosphere, the position you are interviewing, and the company’s expectations from its employees.
- What you should and should not do in interviews: You can check out our compass for what to look out for before, during and after the interview. In the meantime, you may need to reconsider your manners. You may already know these, but you shouldn’t underestimate their importance!
Career Compass: The definition of a “successful career” varies according to the person. One of the biggest challenges with your career may be determining what success means to you, as opposed to what success has been imposed on you by family, society, and other external factors. You can take a look at some of the tips and tools our Career Support Center has created for you to help you identify and achieve what your successful career means.