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Job Application Process
Transcript of Job Application Process
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You must have 3 assets when going to an interview; preparation, composure, and common sense.
Find everything you can about the position and the workplace. This will make you feel more confident and lead to a successful interview.
Before the interview make sure to get there on time. Get enough sleep, shower and eat breakfast. This will help you to have a clear your mind to have a full focus in the interview.
When your getting interview make sure to stand straight, shake the interviewer's hand, establish eye contact, speak in a calm clear voice,
Interviewer might begin by asking questions because they want to know how clearly you express yourself and how you perform under pressure. They might ask you hard question or common sense questions.
If your not sure what to wear approximately wear what you would if reporting for work. For example if your applying for a dress up job dress up. Also a good idea is dress just a step above the position your going for.
NEVER have nose and eyebrow rings, tongue studs, chains, hats, sweatpants, flip flops.
Your own personal appearance will influence whether you get hired.Common sense is a major factor in a interview used your head to put your best.
A good application letter, resume, interview and follow-up can give you a higher possibility of getting hired for a job.
Needs to neatly printed on 8 1/2 by 11" white paper.
No longer than one page.
Punctuation, grammar, name and address all should
Provides only a title (company's name)
Specialized Skills or Credentials
Honors and Awards
What is needed?
Carefully Evaluate Background
Identify Principal Strengths
Emphasize Those Attributes
write a letter or e-mail
benefits to a follow-up
No longer than one page.
Can not be juvenile
Can not be irresponsible
Provide someone without permission
Employers want to hire someone who's willing to do more then what's required.
Gets you a step ahead of other applicants
It's sent within a day or two after interview.
shows respect and further interest in the position
nothing to complex a brief note would work
Has the added benefit of allowing you to stick out from the crowd
Three Basic Styles
What to write?
Word document, RTF or PDF file.
To start with your greeting use examples such as "Dear Sir" or "Madam"or "Dear Employer".
Your direct opening paragraph should state your purpose, that you are applying for the job.
In the middle section, should be one to three paragraphs, provide a summary of your experience, educations, and other qualifications.
In your closing paragraph, which no longer than two or three sentences, should briefly thank the employer for considering yourself and the letter.
thanks the employer
mention job name
politely invite further contact
restates interest and availability