7 Steps To Make A Interview Great Focus on whom you may ever be speaking to to make them feel connected. Make sure the information you are speaking on is clear for them to hear. Even though you are just speaking to them in a formal setting make sure they feel you want to be there. Only talk about things that really matter when answering a question. Don’t over emphasize something just because you did not get a reaction. Keeping your answers short and thought out is the key. It Keeps the person you are speaking to inserted. Be Prepared. Being prepared will help you answer questions they may or may not ask. It will put you in a better mindset to be able to answer then confidently. Looking up questions interview's will ask and answering them will help prep you or give a right mindset. Dress in Business attire whenever meeting with someone for a interview job or meeting. Showing that not only is your mind ready but you look ready. Always look like you came to make money and talk business and not just relax and talk. 5 .Be Comfortable in what you are saying and what impressing you are giving off. Regardless of the job if you get it being yourself is apart of the job. The real person you are will come out and truth will unveil. And getting the job because you were yourself is the best feeling of it all. 6.Good Body Language will get you far. Sitting up eye contact and open ears will in from the in interviewer your just...
Negotiating Salary and Benefits The main things you need to look at before taking a job is how much they are willing to pay you and what benefits they will offer you. Some IT jobs are contract jobs meaning you will be put on a contract for a period of time usually a year in which you will work for that company. Most contract jobs don’t offer any sort of benefits because you are possibly a temporary worker. The main benefit of a contract job is you will make a lot more money than you would with working for a big company. Working for a big company is always the safer way to go you will have good benefits with good pay. You won’t make as much as when you are on a contract job, but you will have good benefits. You will most likely have benefits like healthcare and a retirement fund. Most IT support specialists on average make 20-23 dollars an hour so when looking for a job when you have experience look for something in between. The most important benefits would be healthcare and a retirement fund. When negotiating pay do your research on what the average your major makes after that you will probably be applying for other jobs as well to see who will give you the best offer. When telling them what wage you want always go higher than what you actually want always to start high but not too high. When you start off high, they will most likely say no and lower it and meet you in the middle....
Katherine Whitson IT SUP 155-500 Project 4 Getting a job offer can be quite exciting. One important thing to do before accepting a job offer is to consider your pay and benefits. Negotiating your pay could be an awkward situation, but it is a necessary part of accepting a job. If you don’t negotiate during your job offer, you could be stuck with whatever pay and benefits package they decide to give you. Your first step before even talking to your new employer about your salary would be to do your research. If you can, research the company that you are interviewing with to see if you can find what kind of salary other people with the same job title are making. It is also important to find competing companies and what they are paying their employees with the same job title. It’s also important to not give a specific number when negotiating. Giving a general range will help you not undersell yourself when talking about salary. Also, know your worth when negotiating. If you demonstrate the knowledge and ability to do the job, your new employer should have no problem for paying you for your skills. Don’t try to oversell yourself too much though. If you shoot too high without having additional skills, they may offer someone else the position who has similar skills but is asking for less. If you have more the one job offer, it’s also important to not let them try to outbid each other. This can leave a bad look on you and one of the employers may not want to offer...
I just wanted to share with you that I was just offered a three month contract with good potential to get hired on, at Crosscom. They are an IT consulting firm for Kohl's department store. Just thought I would share the good news with you. Thank you for all of your advice, especially with the internship course, over the past couple of years! Thank you, Justin Peterson, (June, 2015)
"I cannot stress enough how much I enjoyed my experience at MATC IT Computer Support Program. I have made so many friends and good people. Along with that I received knowledge to help me with my career. I really enjoyed many of these classes. I really like the mobile device classes. I am not sure where technology will go but I am along for the ride and this program helped get me on my way!!! “ Andrew Jones, (May, 2015)
"I believe IT Computer Support Specialist at MATC is a great program. I enjoyed everything from the easiest things to the most challenging things, it all added to my learning experience. All the necessary materials were provided from me to finish the course sufficiently and all my needs were met with in the program. This program is a great start for any person trying to pursue a career or interest in the IT world.!!! “ Matthew Spain, (December, 2015)
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“I just wanted to reach out and thank you for your help at MATC - there were many bumps in the road - I was just offered a new job in support - and the salary is $47,000 a year - I am overwhelmed that an associates would yield this sort of compensation. Again thank you and I'll be in touch for more schooling at some point I am sure.” Chris Taschner, (June, 2014) text message
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