1. What makes a successful job search?
Many small partners may feel that if an enterprise sends me an Offer, the job search is successful. Personally, I think that only when you are hired by a company and position that suits you is called "job success", otherwise it is a waste of time and affection.
Therefore, the first step in applying for a job is not to submit a resume, but to think about what company and position are suitable for you.
There is a principle you can refer to: It can directly help you achieve your career goals. Such companies and positions are worth your time.
2. How to write a resume?
There are five key points: one is pertinence, the other is completeness, the third is level, the fourth is content, and the fifth is details. These points are easy to understand. In addition, I would like to remind everyone not to dig a hole for yourself when writing your resume, and to write things that can withstand the interviewer's scrutiny and questions. The interviewer is the person who reads the resume every day.
3. How to prepare for the interview?
Five areas of preparation:
First, mentality preparation. Be at peace, do your best, plan for the worst, and treat the interview as a learning opportunity. Let the interviewer see your expectations and emphasis on the job, but don't let the other person see your irritability and nervousness. When interviewing, you must be equal in your psychology and personality so that you can easily show your true level.
Second, interview preparation. Most interviewers focus on asking questions from your resume. The content described in the resume, including the ability, responsibility, experience, performance, training , evaluation, etc. is the focus of the interview. You need to prepare a lot of facts to explain it. You can prepare from the four aspects of STAR (background, tasks, actions, results) Live, that's the point.
Third, the preparation of relevant information for the applicant. The applicant's industry, nature, scale, organizational structure, history, corporate culture , business philosophy, manpower policy, products, customers, technology, qualifications, etc. must be understood and familiar. Most of these information can be found online.
Fourth, interview preparation. Regarding the job responsibilities and job requirements, every one must be thoroughly understood. Familiar responsibilities should be explained with facts as much as possible, ideas and thoughts should be articulated for unfamiliar responsibilities, and how to persuade the interviewer should they be unable to meet the post requirements. Rehearse in advance.
Fifth, prepare for interview arrangements. What is the specific location, transportation route, and transportation method of the other company? How to ensure that you arrive early, you can arrive 15-30 minutes earlier. What's the weather like, what clothes to wear, shoes and so on. What bag to mention, whether the hair should be taken care of, whether to tie the tie, pay attention to which etiquette and politeness, you can simulate the interview scene in your mind in advance to ensure foolproof.
4. Are you familiar with the "routine" of interviewers?
In addition to preparing for the interview, you should also be familiar with the "routine" of the interviewer. Most business interviewers generally look at your situation in four areas: knowledge, ability, quality personality, motivation and interest.
First, knowledge. You need to know what kind of theoretical knowledge is required for this position. For example, when applying for a training position, the interviewer asks you, "What is the four-level training evaluation method?" You need to be able to answer it accurately.
Second, ability. Interviewers often ask questions about things you have dealt with. For example, the ability to communicate, the other party will ask "say something you have failed to communicate." The other party will look at the truth based on your description of the matter, and then see what you think and do So, make a comprehensive judgment on your communication skills.
Third, quality character. Experienced interviewers will make judgements from your conversation, family background, school, employment, and interview details. Therefore, you should pay special attention to these details.
Fourth, motivational interest. Interviewers often ask you "why leave?" You have to answer carefully, because if these reasons for leaving also exist within their company, you have no chance of being hired. Each question of the interviewer has a role and purpose, and I think about it before answering.
5. How does the trial period expire?
The interview was successful and you got the Offer. Do you think the job search is done? And slowly, the probation period is often a continuation of the interview, and the probation period should be treated as an interview!
Interviews are more about "listening to their words", and the probation period is "observing their actions." To pass the probation period, you must "use time for space" and remember six words: familiarity, learning, and integration.
Key points to improve job search success:
First, identify what companies and positions are right for you
Second, prepare your resume content carefully
Third, master the interview methods and skills
Fourth, you are still in the interview stage during the trial period