Monthly Archives: March 2014

Use a Leave-Behind After Your Job Interview and You Won’t Get Left Behind

Use a Leave-Behind After Your Job Interview and You Won’t Get Left Behind.

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Use a Leave-Behind After Your Job Interview and You Won’t Get Left Behind

The pace of the job market is zooming. Interviewers see scores of candidates, so how can you make a lasting great first impression? Plan for something you will leave behind. A Leave-Behind is a great tool to remind the hiring manager of your skills and the benefit you bring to a new job.

Job candidates in design areas are usually accustomed to leaving a brochure of their portfolio when an interview closes. The truth is this is a great idea for anyone going to a job interview to prevent their resume from becoming bogged down or lost with scores of others.

Some folks call it a resume addendum, it is a set of work samples and documents that highlights your skills and abilities. It is a concise explanation of why you should get the job.  More

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