The mention of a job interview is enough to cause stress for some people. However, it does not necessarily have to be like that. If you prepare well in advance for you interview, there is no reason why you should feel nervous or intimidated. Rajinder Sachdeva was born in a rural part of India and moved to the United States to build a successful career as an IT professional.
A job interview is simply selling yourself to a company in exchange for a monetary benefit. Knowing how to approach the interview will help you in marketing yourself and landing the job. Start by preparing your curriculum vitae (CV) well in advance. You do not want to rush things when preparing your CV, just in case you miss something important.
Your resume should be presentable and easy to read. It should be more or less like the layout of a website, the harder a website is to navigate, the quicker you want to leave it. Your resume should be easy to read and should present all the facts in the first few pages. Do not make the interviewer dig through all the pages of your resume to find something.
Make sure you have a printed copy of your CV when you go for your interview. When printing the CV, do not use back to back printing. If you are unsure how to create a professional looking resume, you might want to use a professional resume service.
When preparing your CV, make sure it is 100% accurate. Your integrity depends on the accuracy of information on your resume. Do not include things you have not done or are not qualified in. Interviewers are smart and have ways of detecting frauds.
Rajinder Sachdeva has worked at various IT companies and has an in-depth understanding of the implementation of architecture solutions, implementation of ERP, RAC, SSO, and Data Guard.