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This is one of the most common interview questions, as it is obvious that the interviewers would want to know your strengths to be able to decide whether or not you possess the skills that are suitable for the job! So, what is it that you should say? Well, speak specifically of your strengths and skills that are relevant to the job. Make sure that you don't sound way too perfect, or way too imperfect.
This one will test whether you are really interested in the job you have applied for. Describe the job which you are applying for as your desired or dream job.
The role of a sales manager in any business organization is of huge significance. This is because, it is through sales that the profit of the organization is generated and a sales manager is the person who oversees all the work in this department. Thus, the way the manager performs his duty contributes immensely to the success of the organization. The post of any manager comes with many responsibilities and duties. Many people are attracted to this post of a manager because it promises a challenging work environment. Moreover, there is always a demand for sales managers, since they are required in almost each and every sector of business. A degree in marketing management plus some knowledge of the industry you plan to join is the basic qualification that is required to become a sales manager.
The work experience section should include elaborate information of the projects you have worked on. You need to mention all possible details of previous companies worked in, name and dates of the projects, positions and job responsibilities held, and other project-related particulars. It is recommended to use the reverse chronological pattern for including information in this section. Technical documents may include details, such as assembling and analysis of data, designing, computer programming, developing and formulating, software testing, information compiling, and go-live of the project assignment. In this part, you may also mention the particulars of any academic projects you may have taken part in.
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