You Mean to Say You Have Never Had an Informational Interview | The Job Search Podcast

Episode 17 December 10, 2018 00:07:26
You Mean to Say You Have Never Had an Informational Interview | The Job Search Podcast
The Job Search Podcast, with Amy L. Adler
You Mean to Say You Have Never Had an Informational Interview | The Job Search Podcast
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Show Notes

Informational interviews can be tricky to schedule or plan, but can be productive and help you understand the career field you want to go into. You should be prepared to talk about yourself, but know when you should switch to asking questions. During this conversation, you’ll have the chance to make a positive impression as long as you are well prepared. Informational interviews may seem like a waste of time, depending on the industry, but they do have benefits. Topics covered in "You Mean to Say You Have Never Had an Informational Interview": - Executive job search - Job search - Career change - Resume

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