templates. Thursday , February 08th , 2018 - 15:56:58 PM
The interview conducted by the HR of a company is one of the most important and decisive rounds of hiring in any organization. So, brushing up on your subject knowledge and preparing yourself for this round in advance would be a good idea. While facing the HR, you should not pretend to be what you are not, as your real self will easily be reflected from your body language. Answering the questions confidently and politely is the key to fare well in the meeting. We feel that your preparation would be further aided if you had a general idea about the questions normally asked during these interviews.
If you are a job seeker then, you might be aware regarding what a curriculum vitae and resume is. For most people, both these terms mean the same thing. The biggest similarity between the two is that they serve the same purpose in job search, that of conveying your credentials to the potential employer. However, depending upon the position you are applying for, your country of residence and your employer, you will be expected to submit either of the two. In that case, you must clearly know the difference between curriculum vitae and resume.
In the resume, you have to mention the skills that are related to your profession. You have to talk about the various areas you are experienced in; where you had worked earlier, what are the various certifications and awards that you have won, whether you know how to handle a gun, whether you know how to save a life, etc.
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