templates. Wednesday , April 26th , 2017 - 07:39:05 AM
One basic question frequently asked during an interview is whether the applicant knows about the company. While a few years back only the elite few would have the time and resources to research about a lesser known company, it is not the case today. The Internet is a tool of vast knowledge. A few hours researching about the company will come up with a lot of facts and information about it, which is sure to impress the interviewer. Even if he is not convinced about the applicant's interest in the company, he will at least acknowledge the resourcefulness of the prospective employee. Therefore, researching about it is a good way of preparing for potential questions.
If you are writing a summary, then the best way to do so would be to draft together the answers to the six questions that are given below. These answers will enable you to put together a document which will reflect your experience, qualifications, and suitability for the job.
You may just write the name of the organization that you were working for and the duration. No need to elaborate too much. This is just to show the hiring company that there are no gaps in your employment chronology. If you feel that there are any coinciding points between the two jobs, like report and document preparation, keep them in mind and mention them in your interview, but not on the resume.
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