How To Make A Good First Impression
We've all heard the old adage, "You never get a second chance to make a first impression." As overused as this phrase
may be, if it weren't true, people wouldn't use it. A good resume and a strong service record are of great start. Still,
nothing showcases a great personality like a confident face-to-face interview.
How to Make a Good First Impression
The initial interview for the position of your dreams is can be absolutely terrifying. Being nervous is completely natural;
this is your future we're talking about here. But with a few helpful tips, anyone can overcome the jitters and present themselves
as the perfect candidate for the job.
Creating a professional resume is a great start. The dedication and skills you've demonstrated in the military are second
to none, and employers know this. A good way to strengthen your interview skills is to have someone you're comfortable with
stage a mock interview. During this process you can practice saying what you feel you need to say, as well as learning how
to direct the interviewer towards asking questions you feel will help highlight your skills. This method can help you exemplify
aspects of your resume with confidence.
The staff at CivilianJobs.com is composed of former military members who have been where you are today. Their expertise
is a valuable tool for helping you through this transition and achieving the position you desire. The above is only one
of many great tips the Career Center at CivilianJobs.com has put together to help you stand apart from other applicants.
Your service record has set you apart as a person of skill and loyalty. All that is left is to relax, be confident, and
to show that interviewer who you really are.