Lessons to Learn from the Interview Process

Going through a job interview is a learning opportunity in itself. During my interview with panelists Martin Gistren and Lawrence Wong, I had the opportunity to know that a resume should not contain terms and phrases that portray me negatively. For instance, I should avoid mentioning that at one time I dropped out of university for whatever reason. I also learned that my resume should be presented in a concise manner which is easier to scan through. In that case, bullet points instead of long sentences are preferable. From the interview, I realized the importance of utilizing a company's website in finding out a company's profile and contacts in case I do not know them.

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