The Complete Job Interviewing Skills Masterclass
Learn from a CEO and master job search, resume writing, job interview, and career hacking.
Learn from a CEO!!!
I am Prof Krishna N Sharma, your instructor; and I am an entrepreneur who has held top leadership positions like Vice-Chancellor, Managing Director, Dean etc. I have conducted hundreds of interviews and have interviewed thousands of applicants. So, I am going to teach you from my experience.
You will study the entire process of creating and producing resumes in this course. Additionally, you'll learn how to master job search using cutting-edge technology. You'll discover how to ace any interview for employment. You'll know the best practises for utilising LinkedIn to find employment. This course will teach you how to improve your CV and tailor it to each job opening, so it is helpful to everyone, whether you are a SOC analyst, data science specialist, or heading for Spring & Spring Boot Interview, Code Interview, Case Interview, or System Design Interview.
Recognize that the job will pay you a sizable sum throughout the course of your employment rather than just a monthly paycheck. Imagine that instead of applying for a job that will pay you $1,000 a month for three years, you are actually going to sign a deal worth $36,000. So, handle it as such.
Did you know?
- Your cover letter has a 17% probability of being read.
- A CV is usually viewed for 5-7 seconds on average.
- If your email address isn't professional, 76% of CVs are disregarded.
- If you have a photo of yourself on your CV, you'll get a job acceptance rate of 88%.
- Your CV will be thrown out if there is a single spelling or grammar error.
- You'll be looked for on Facebook and other social media by 68% of employers.
- One out of every three employers has turned down an applicant because of information obtained online about them.
The “peacocking” can’t help you get through as the CVs are now sorted and shortlisted by AI software and you must know how to beat through it.
And all this happens before you are even called for an interview.
You must have many questions e.g.
- How to grab attention in the first 5 seconds without “peacocking”?
- Should I fill the details application form or just upload my CV?
- How to read a job advert or JD?
- How long should be a CV?
- What is the right format, font, and font size for CVs?
- Is there a difference between CV of a fresher and an experienced job seeker?
Don't worry! You are going to learn all this in this course.