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Before you look for a job, and even more so to answer your proposals, you need to print your resume. It should be stated the main information that characterize you as a great professional: education, experience, professional and personal qualities and skills. And, of course, name, surname, patronymic, year of birth, telephone number and email address.
Carefully read the requirements of the employer specified in the job. Then compare the skills described in your resume. Make it so that the interested employer, experience and knowledge was in the first place.
Write a cover letter. It should be brief but informative. Tell us more about your strengths to the profession, specify the skills that are not included in the summary, explain why you want to work in this organization and that you will be able to do the work, which will not be able to other applicants for the position. The same profession can assume a variety of specializations, so in the letter you can also indicate those in which you already have experience.
Send your CV and cover letter to the employer at the address provided. To increase the chances of reading your resume, distribute it by all possible communication channels. It is advisable to direct your future boss, not the HR Department. You can learn about them on the official website of the company where you want to work.
Personally take it. Perhaps you'll want to interview you. And, who knows, maybe this will lead to achieving the desired goal, because the personal contact is very important in the job search.
So the interview went well, be prepared for it. Find out as much information as possible about the employer, practice talking about your abilities and experiences. Remember the examples of your good work. This will help to be less nervous when meeting and deliver your speech from faltering intonations.