Very often the employer accesses the applicant is asked to tell a little about yourself. Thus he seeks to find out how well and quickly he can take away the necessary information and to present them properly. Not answer the question of the surprised silence or counter remarks: "What exactly do you want me to know?" or "In CV detail". Better prepare in advance a short story about yourself. It needs to convey to the employer information about you as a professional who has the skills of self-presentation. However, it is important that the recruiter saw your interest in the professional development and desire for new achievements.

Your answer should be brief and informative. Not on the subject of personal life, if you are specifically requested to do so. Start the story with messages about age and marital status, then go to education. List the Universities you graduated from and tell them your specialty. Here tell us about additional training courses, if such knowledge may be required at the new location. Mention about the level of knowledge of foreign languages and special computer programs, if these skills will be included in the scope of your proposed activities.

Next, you need to focus on the development of your career. Don't tell long and detailed message about the professional experience should not take more than five minutes. Emphasize the positive results of career, the most notable achievements in work. Do not make critical remarks towards the previous administration, do not give personal assessments of the team of the former company. Finish the story enumerating strengths and character qualities that help you in your work.