求职必备指南:面试前准备工作

2010-12-02 08:08:56
由于临近年末,跳槽成为我们当前的热门话题。很多在职的白领从开始已经为来年着手做准备,或者更换岗位或者谋求高薪;另外2010年刚刚毕业的学生大部分刚过完试用期双向选择的时间,还有一些未就业的还在积极就业。一年之计在于春,当春天来了的时候我们已经开始了新的生活,这是何等的幸福!
  
  那么如何应对众多企业不同人力资源面试取得人事芳心呢?

  面试很容易让人紧张不安。Thoughts such as “What if I don't get any job offers?”, “What if I don't get the job I want?” or “Will I accept a position that isn't right for me?” can cause considerable upset.
  
  越是担心,就越是紧张,面试的结果可能就越差。Here are a few notes and pointers on how to prepare for interviews and determine if this job is the right one for you.
  
  1. The key to reducing your anxiety is in being well-prepared for the interview. The first step towards a successful job interview is self-assessment (自我评估)。 You need to decide for yourself what kind of position you want. Since self-knowledge is the foundation of all decisions, a close scrutiny of your priorities, interests, short and long-term goals is necessary before any interview.
  
  Remember: if you're unsure of whether or not you want the position you're interviewing for, it will probably show. If you don't have a reasonably clear focus, this is the time to do some hard thinking about what kind of position you want.(确定你要应聘的职位)
  
  2. The second step in preparation for your interviews is to research the companies you'll be interviewing with.(对求职公司充分了解) You should know as much about the company and the position as you possibly can. As you do your research, look for points where your interests, capabilities, goals, and personality match the company's needs or whatever needs you think they might have.
  
  3. Every interviewer, whether directly or indirectly, will expect you to be able to answer questions like: (准备好常见问题)Why do you want a position in this company? What can you do for my company? There are a few of the more popular interview questions. Take some time to think about the answers, and you'll be much more prepared to make a great impression. At a job interview, your employers will probably ask the following:
   
  Can you sell yourself in two minutes?
  
  What is your strongest trait(s)?(你个性上最大的特点是什么?)
  
  Give me a summary of your current job description。

  Why did you leave your last job?(你为什么离职呢?)

  What contribution did you make to your current (previous) organization?(你对目前/从前的工作单位有何贡献?)
  
  What do you think you are worth to us?(你怎么认为你对我们有价值呢?)
  
  What make you think you would be a success in this position?(你如何知道你能胜任这份工作?)
  
  How do you define success?
  
  Are you able to travel? Relocate?
  
  Can you tell me about your skills?
  
  Are you able to use a computer?
  
  Can you describe your ideal supervisor?
  
  Why did you apply for this job?
  
  How do you use this specific computer application to solve a job-related program?
  
  What current issues concern you the most?(目前什么事是你最关心的?)
  
  What range of pay-scale are you interested in?(你喜欢那一种薪水层次标准?)
  
  Do you have any samples of your work?(准备好你得意的工作成果,并且随身携带,在合适的时候拿出来给面试官看,可以收到意想不到的效果。)
  
  4. And you're supposed to dress properly. A suit, dress shirt and tie are usually required for men. Women should wear either a suit or a dress with a complementary jacket (外套)。 They are ALWAYS acceptable.
  
  Those men with more limited wardrobes should wear a nice sports coat with coordinated slacks (搭配得当的休闲裤) and shirt. Women should wear a nice jacket with coordinated skirt or slacks. You should always avoid wearing sneakers (运动鞋) to interviews. 虽然很多公司并不要求员工都要穿正装,但是对于求职者来说,还是尽量要大方、庄重才好。

  机会只垂青那些有准备的人!你,准备好了吗?

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