“Tell me about yourself” is one of the most common openers to a job interview, but job-seekers are often unsure what interviewers really want to hear in response. Should your answer focus on selling yourself, or just give the facts? “Tell me about yourself” in a job interview means “give me an overview of who you are, professionally speaking.” And there’s a reason this is asked at the very beginning of an interview; it’s a way of saying, “Give me some broad background before we dive into specifics.”You should be ready with a short-ish (like one minute) answer that summarizes where you are in your career, generally with an emphasis on your most recent job and the strengths of your approach.
You can be the “real you” attract plenty of admirers.
And it be easy – after all, who knows us better than ourselves? Describing yourself in the “About Me” section of a dating profile is surprisingly difficult… There’s a fine line – often invisible to the person describing themselves – between appealing and appalling.
The following tips on how to describe yourself in your dating profile will help you stay on the right side of the line.
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