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     In order to provide practical employment guidance, Career Development and Alumni Service Center regularly holds speeches about interview and resume-writing skills, current trends for employment, and preparation skills for governmental jobs every semester. 

     The center also holds the large-scale employment exhibition for students and alumni every semester. You may find many useful articles on our website.  More.. If you need a personal guidance or consultation, you are welcome to visit us.  



‧Tips for Getting a job

     Because of its importance, interviewing requires advance preparation. Only you will be able to positively affect the outcome. You must be able to compete successfully with the competition for the job you want. In order to do that, be certain you have considered the kind of job you want, why you want it and how you qualify for it. You also must face reality: Is the job attainable?

     In addition, recognize what it is employers want in their candidates. They want “can do” and “will do” employees. Recognize and use the following factors to your benefit as you develop your sales presentation. In evaluating candidates, employers consider the following factors:

• Ability             • Character
• Loyalty            • Initiative
• Personality       • Communication skills
• Acceptance       • Work record
• Recommendations
• Outside activities while in school
• Impressions made during the interview
‧Questions Asked by Employers
1. Tell me about yourself.
2. Why did you choose to interview with our organization?
3. What can you offer us?
4. Have you ever had any failures? What did you learn from them?
5. Why should we hire you rather than another candidate?
6. What do you know about our organization (products or services)?
7. Do you think you received a good education? In what ways?
8. In which campus activities did you participate?
9. What job-related skills have you developed?
10. What other types of positions are you considering?
     Before you begin interviewing, think about these questions and possible responses and discuss them with a career advisor. Conduct mock interviews and be sure you are able to communicate clear, unrehearsed answers to interviewers. More
‧Questions to Ask Employers
1. Please describe the duties of the job for me.
2. What kinds of assignments might I expect the first six months on the job?
3. Are salary adjustments geared to the cost of living or job performance?
4. Does your company encourage further education?
5. How often are performance reviews given?
6. What products (or services) are in the development stage now?
7. What are your growth projections for next year?
8. Do you offer flextime?
9. In what ways is a career with your company better than one with your competitors?
10. Is this a new position or am I replacing someone?

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