Thursday, August 2, 2018

30 Seconds that just might land you an interview!

Having a short and well prepared "elevator pitch" could be a key to your future career...  

Like most people looking for work, you come into casual contact with professional people daily when personally dropping off your resume, visiting a recruiter, or going for an interview. One of these new unscheduled encounters could also provide a link to an employment opportunity.

Called by many names over the years, the elevator pitch remains a positive way for job seekers to present a brief (around 30 seconds) rehearsed personal introduction that encompasses their relevant experience and employment goals to a potential employer or a new professional contact.   To add to the impact, presenting them with an introduction business card with your name, position goal, email address, and other information can speed up the process. 

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