Hard Working

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i am a hard working and dedicated person.i love to interact with different kind of people.and some of my hobbies includes reading, listening music, travelling and playing cricket. i am very much comfortable working night shift and that too under stress.regarding my qualification, i am undergrade and completed a course in hardware and networking in bangalore and now i an looking for a job in bpo organisation.thank you. innovative and highly motivated, I am a self starter with an eye for detail, interested in freelance gigs as an illustrator and designer, CAD artist or design assistant.

Describing Yourself in an Interview

This answer should always be related to the job. Remember, although the employer is asking personal questions,
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I feel that everyone's goals are different... so analyze that and then answer. * Answer this question with your 30-second "elevator speech" about yourself. The standard format for this speech is... "I am a (BLANK), who does (WHAT)." In my case... I am a PROJECT MANAGER, who PROVIDES QUALITY MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS, Blah, Blah, Blah. (you get the idea). * Let me share what my recruiting office tells its candidates as they head out for that crucial face-to-face interview. When asked to "tell me about yourself," say, "I will gladly answer that question, but may I first ask you a question? (They ALWAYS say yes) So that I may better focus my answer, what are the issues you want me to address should you hire me? Once they share with you what they need to have you do, then proceed to address how your training, education, skills, and experience can best resolve these issues. By answering in this fashion, you have proven that you know how to focus ... and that you have what's needed to fix the issues they need to have fixed. It's always a winner ... and beats the heck out of, "Well, let's see, I was born on a small farm in Idaho ..." * I suggest you go into the interview with a few "talking points" about yourself, in other words things you want the interviewer to know about you. Then you try to hit those points in response to any questions you are asked, such as "tell us about yourself." Also be sure to have copies of your resume with you and offer them.
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