Professional Profile

Professional Profile

The expos or job fairs offer an excellent opportunity of power sell your professional profile in dozens of companies in a single day which, otherwise, would you take a considerable investment in time and money to do so. These events are commonly organized by government agencies or departments of bag work or business contact of universities. Such events are a great opportunity because where we can find a large number of employers gathered in a place and who are seeking candidates with your professional profile?, however, if you want to succeed in the sale of your qualities as a professional and get an interview work in the same precinct or subsequent to the completion of the eventbe prepared. The first thing that must be borne in mind is that your main goal is to position yourself in the mind of the recruiter as a candidate with an interesting profile and consistent with the philosophy, project, objectives and needs of the company. So begins by caring for your clothing, is crucial that your attire is formal: men in a suit and tie and women in costume tailor, your shoes perfectly well shine, your hairstyle very neat and discreet and a last detail: smiles! how much are front of the recruiter.

Second point: fixed in your mind that what you’re carrying out recruitment fair day is a sales visit, so have prepared enough originals (no copies) of your Curriculum Vitae, perfectly well printed, written and without spelling errors, and please contact up to three ways to reach you: phone home, cell phone, errands and mail. Remember that your CV is your best letter of introduction, to sum up: it is not a summary of your life, it is a promotional advertisement of you as a professional. Remember: you’re not going to leave your Curriculum Vitae on the table of the recruiter and ready, do not get close to the recruiter begins by greeting hand, and introduce yourself, it is not enough to tell you that you are Juan Perez and studied such or which career, says what did you study, where, what is your experience and something very important: your achievements (generally something quantifiable and measurable: percentage increase in sales, reduced costs, increased portfolio of customers, etc.) and areas of interest. .

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