Basic preparation for a job interview is fairly easy.
You need an error-free, updated resume noting your accomplishments rather than a laundry list of job responsibilities. It should be no longer than two pages. You must dress and act professionally, and show up on time. Sounds pretty easy – right? We find, however, that the intangibles can become very challenging and sometimes one small mistake can mean the difference between an offer and a rejection letter.
Get your head in the game with these tips: