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7 Steps to improve your presentation skills to get a job during interview

1) Get the Idea of the goal you are trying to reach when presenting, the point you want to get across. 2) Know who your audience is a key point because you don’t want to say anything to bore or say something offensive. 3) Know and study the material you are presenting to prevent mistakes and work on your delivery of the material. 4) Preparation is key, go to someone you trust to help you prep for the presentation. 5) Working on the opening of your presentation is also a key because you want to capture the audience attention and keep it 6) Watching the body language of the audience an changing the topic is great because again you don’t want to bore the audience and want to have a smooth transition through topics. 7) Closing should be a clear summary of what was presented and answering any questions that may...

Tips for writing a great resume

Customize your resume for every job you apply for. If you are applying for a technical job make sure those skills are highlighted in the resume.Make sure all of the parts of the resume is consistent from the summary down to the references. Include keywords your resume that will convey the message to the employers that you want to get their attention. Be aware that you are in competition with others who are trying to get the same job as you. Use white space and bullet points to help emphasize what you want the reader to see. Use bold and italics text to make keywords stand out. Use large font for headings and subheading. Include enough white space to separate each section of the resume. Don’t submit a resume you have not qualified for. Don’t lie on you resume. If you do use references make sure you inform them before putting them on your resume. Don’t use more than two fonts because it can cause the resume look weird. Don’t use clip art because it’s not professional. Don’t include pictures unless its required for the position. Don’t give health related information your protected by HIPPA. Make sure you spell check all of your...

Week 10. Project 03. How to create LinkedIn profile for IT Computer Support

First you want to go to linkedin.com and click create account. You want to make sure that the account has you full legal first and last name and date of birth. Don’t lie while making this account because potential employers looking at your account.You can add your skills on to the website to make a resume that you can apply for jobs with one click. You also want to add education and also degrees. It helps employers sort out applicants. Then you want to make sure you start networking by adding people to you connections. Add people you know and also people that are in the field that you would like to know. The more people you know in your field the more chance you will have landing a job in the field as quickly as possible. Sometimes it may seem hard but face to face contact is most important when networking. If you don’t have the bases of the relationship down start there.You look up the names of people you know and connect with them. You can also add people that can be mutual connections also which can help you build your network. You can also follow companies that have positions in your field. You want to make sure you have a picture in business casual clothing and a clear head shot. Make sure your email is a professional so just in case if a employer contacts you for a position. Make sure you put your skills for you field on your profile and make sure you have your universal skill as well. If you don’t know answers...

How to prepare to complete job application and pass skills test for IT Computer Support Job

First you want to start out by looking for what field you would like to work in and what companies who offer jobs in that field. For example, I am looking for a job in the IT support specialist field.So I will look up companies in the area that I'm living in or the area I would like to move to that offer positions as an IT support specialist. Sometimes you can find jobs using Google other times you have to use job finding websites like LinkedIn, Milwaukee jobs.com Etc. Once you find a job you looking for you want to look at the skill and education requirements. Don't be afraid to apply for a job if you're working towards the education requirements or if you don't have all the skills that are listed. most of the time companies or train you on the things you need to know for the job.Even if you do have some of the requirements you still need to have the willingness to learn attitude because even though you know how to do a certain task the company that you will be applying for may do it a different way. When you start filling out the application whether it's online or on paper make sure your information is accurate which also includes the information on your resume. Companies do call previous employers to check if the information that you put down is correct and you don't want to be not consider for a job because of a lie. If you are filling out the application online if you have to stop for any reason...

The Steps to making a cover letter and resume for the IT Computer Specialist field

To start out you need to get you to section off what things you would like to put on your resume for example work history, education, cover letter, skills, and professional summary. First, the cover letter which is personalized for each job application. You start with your name at the top left then hit enter. Next your address then your phone number. Then hit enter twice and put today’s date. Hit enter twice and address the letter to human resources or to a specific person. Hit enter then type out the name of the company. Hit enter twice the greeting of the letter something on the lines of Dear Mr./Ms./Mrs. and the last name of the person or human resources. Then you write a short paragraph explaining why you fill you are a good fit for the position. Don’t be afraid to include experience and education that correlate with the position. Then you thank them for your consideration and sign your name. Next, the resume, start out with sectioning off your resume by the professional summary, skills, employment history, and education etc. Professional summary is a paragraph or so explaining you hard and or soft skills and where did you obtain these universal skills that can work for any career. Don’t be afraid of adding in classes that helped you obtain the knowledge you needed. Skills is a list of all the things you are capable and proficient and doing. It’s good to have universal skills on this list but if you are applying for a specific job in a field include those skills in this list. Employment history...