Source: 10 Tips For Getting (and Nailing) a Job Interview
An increasingly large pool of unemployed workers, many of whom are highly qualified and have killer resumes, means that getting an interview and landing a new job is a longer and more challenging process these days. After sorting through piles of resumes, hiring managers are now holding more rounds of interviews than before. Get through the first round of interviews with these tips.
- Step Up Your Job Search: Fortune suggests the following tips for job searching in a weak market: request more face-to-face meetings; step up your job-search activity; try to be as flexible as you can; consider relocating; scour the hidden job market; spend very little of your time on Internet job boards and help-wanted ads; take advantage of social networking sites.
- Put Yourself in the Interviewer's Shoes: Put yourself in the interviewer's shoes. When she's looking at your resume, what questions will she likely develop? Come up with