Having work experience even before you graduate will not only make your resume look more attractive, it will also give you a better idea of what kind of jobs you would like to do as well as a chance to apply what you learnt in school to real-life situations. For those without much work history, there are still ways to obtain them!
One of the most commonly asked questions during an interview would be "Why did you leave your previous job?" – definitely a tricky one to deal with. Here are some tips on what to do and what not to say as you prepare for the big interview.
While they may not be measurable and hence not given their due credit, transferable skills are especially useful and marketable in a mid-career change. They may also prove to be that important edge in an intense fight for a well-regarded position.
For every job, there are different needs and you will need to alter your resume, adjusting the skills and work experience descriptions within, in order to catch the hiring manager's eye. Here are some tips to do so.