Recently, I received a message from a reader, asking about the frustration of repeated unsuccessful interviews, as if I had fallen into reincarnation hell, and I couldn’t help but recall my previous interview experience, and also thought about the meaning of interviews for job seekers and interviewers. what. The interview is indeed a test that everyone must go through in their career, and the degree of pain may be one of the best. Imagine wrapping your proudest work experience and qualifications in a one-page resume, or a LinkedIn profile full of work results and pictures and texts. I also wrote a sincere cover letter based on the job
I liked, and carefully delivered it to potential employers, hoping T-Shirt Design that the HR who only had 15-30 seconds to review the resume would appreciate my resume and successfully enter the interview stage. After finally gaining favor and entering the interview stage, the job seeker is like a terrifying lover, looking for all the information of the interviewing company. Browsing the LinkedIn profiles of people who have already worked for the company, and even potential interview supervisors, and referenced the experience sharing of people who have interviewed with the same company in the past, afraid that I may have missed any possible job opportunities. detail.
However, the moment you walk into the interview scene or turn on the video camera, it seems to be a blind date. The job seeker tries to show himself the most decent, talkative and knowledgeable in 20-30 minutes. , and the side that is full of interest and yearning for the vacancy. At the same time, job seekers must also pick up the person on the opposite side who has never met before, and give themselves the most acute, direct and even questioning questions. They must still maintain their demeanor and smile,