An interview call means that you have passed, in sports terms, the group stage and have qualified for the higher levels of the competition. From now on, it is even more important to know how to stand out for the Colorado jobs. Learn a few tips:
At first glance, it seems counterintuitive advice, but the best thing you can do to stand out in an interview is to be yourself. An experienced recruiter will know immediately if the person in front of them is wearing a mask specially created to impress.
The purpose of the standard questions the recruiter asks you is not to make you come up with standard answers. Your answers can convince the recruiter that in front of them there is a sincere individual, who wants to be better than he/ she was yesterday.
A candidate with a lot of experience, but who does not know how to present this experience in a way that is as “storyful” and attractive as possible has a higher “chance” of receiving a lower rating compared to a candidate with less experience, but who tells the recruiter a memorable story.
Allow evaluators to lead the interview, but when you are invited to ask your own questions, never say you have none; employers will consider it a lack of interest.
After the interview, you can send a thank you email, in which you can complete, in short, specific things discussed during the interview.