For many people, interviews are extremely nerve-wracking. What if you say the wrong thing? Related:Best Advice For An Interview If you have a hard time remembering relevant examples to use during job interviews, I’ve got an interview hack for you: Create a Google Doc of examples you can showcase during an interview. Make sure to update this doc on a regular basis. Why is this helpful? Because, when you land an interview, you won’t have to worry about remembering all of those important accomplishments or challenges you overcame. Instead, you’ll just have to pull up your Google Doc with your most prominent experiences and figure out which ones apply. Having this running list of experiences will make it easier for you to bring up examples during your interviews. Here are three things you should make note of in your doc:
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