Ace the IT Interview , 2nd Ed. by Paula Moreira

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You have no experience but you are trying to get a $60K+ job. ■ You are a career changer and realize that getting an IT job is not as easy as all those advertisements say. ■ You have been at the same job for so long that you have no résumé. ■ Your résumé begins with the line “I want to get a job in IT…” Copyright © 2008 by The McGraw-Hill Companies. Click here for terms of use. 16 PART II What to Do Before the Interview ■ You have been to all the career sites on the Web and they haven’t helped you improve your résumé at all.

On the computer screen, your résumé will read as one continuous page. 7. Review the appearance of your résumé in the text editor. This is exactly how most recipients will see it. 8. Replace all characters that are not supported by your text editor. For example, bullets may appear as question marks or other characters (*, >) in Notepad. You can replace the bullets by using asterisks or hyphens. You can create a horizontal line for effect by using a series of hyphens or other characters. 9. If there are long lines of text in your editor, use Notepad’s Word Wrap feature under the Edit menu.

Do you have any suggestions to improve it? ● Do you have any advice or ideas for me? ● Who else should I be talking to? ● Are there any groups I should join? ● What would you do if you were me? Who would you ask for advice? Be a People Magnet Want the secret to being a people magnet? Learn to listen more than you talk. Hear what people are saying, watch for opportunities, and always take notes. People love to talk about themselves, so give them the opportunity. Ask a question, then stand back, zip your lip, and let people share their knowledge with you.

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