vShow you are of Problem solver

the best of jobs is going to have problems that arise. The ability to solve
these problems correctly and efficiently makes for a great employee. Sure,
there will be some problems that you will need to take to your supervisor, but
make sure you demonstrate to the hiring manager that you are a passionate
problem solver.

vExhibit Strong Work Ethic Skills

employers would rather have candidates who require more training but have a
great work ethic over candidates who have terrible work ethics no matter how
little training they require. It doesn’t matter how well a candidate knows the
hard skills required for the position, if there is a lack of work ethic and
motivation, they won’t be a valuable member of the team.

vTalk About Your Achievements

hesitate to tell your employer about achievements you are proud of. If
possible, talk about specific challenges in the workplace that you have met
with new and creative solutions talking about the process from noticing the
problem to developing a solution to evaluating how it went.

vAsk Meaningful Questions

interview is not just an opportunity for hiring managers to ask candidates
questions. It is also an opportunity for you to ask questions. Before you
arrive at the interview, do your homework and research the community. Use this
information to develop specific and thoughtful questions that will not only
give you

vDon’t Be Afraid to Show Your Passion

can be seen in different ways provided we love what we do so don’t be shy in
letting your passion known as it might be the ingredient needed to distinguish
you from the others so chose to strike up a discussion about it when the need


vRevise Your Resume

that your revisit your resume so as to become conversant with all the details
based on the position you are seeking That extra time spent customizing your
skills based on the job posting is likely to get you noticed and get you to an