Dressing down: How you present yourself during your initial meeting with a potential employer is very important, and your physical appearance can speak volumes to someone who is meeting you for the first time.
Not Being Prepared: Re-read the relevant version of your CV and the job advert, just before the interview. You’d be surprised how many people can’t remember what they wrote on their CV. And if you remember what type of person the job advert was looking for, it’s easier to demonstrate that
Resumes are much more than a collection of proof stating various facts about your past. By proof, we mean all the mandatory information you must include on your resume: work history, education etc. If you put this toward the top of your resume, anyone reading it will feel like they are reading an income tax form. In a good resume every single word, even the basic facts about your history, are crafted to have the desired effect, to get them to pick up the phone and