A. Figuring out what jobs I am qualified for
B. Writing a resume
C. Crafting a cover letter
D. The actual interview
E. Other (please explain)
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In an interview when the interviewer asks for a method I have used to navigate a new computer program, what kind of answer are they looking for? I cant figure out another way to say that I find information about the program online and I go through everything to see what it does. That does no sound professional to me but it is what I do. Is there even another method? The question took me off guard because I thought that is just how everyone figures out a new program, aside from people who do it themselves without looking anything up. #interview #advice #interviewprep #jobsearch #wordsofadvice
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How much should I learn about a company and the specific job I’m applying for before I go into the interview? My interview is with Target. I know they are a national retail company with stores all over the US. I know cashiers basically scan merchandise and process payments for customers. Is there any other company or position information I should know before the interview?
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