Instead of discussing what you’ve accomplished at previous jobs, discuss what you learned and accomplished in your internships and throughout your college career.
Give examples, or tell a story that mentions your unique skills and what you’ve learned so far in school.
(This woman is voicing her opinion and shows her personality early on. )) You: Honest, mature, gentleman, emotionally, mentally, financially secure (“financially secure” is a bad move in a dating profile because it’s an immediate red flag to a guy that he might be dealing with a materialistic woman.) Knows how to treat a lady, ready for a long term relationship (this would sound a bit too eager or even desperate to most guys. I live on the East Coast and travel to West every week for work. (This would make the reader believe that she is not looking for anyone special, but just someone to kill time with and subdue her loneliness).
Oh, and you’re boring the employer to death already. It’s also inappropriate to talk about your love for alcohol here.
“I attended Rocksburg University, graduated with my nursing degree, and now I’m here, desperately searching for a job. And, the employer doesn’t want a cake from you — at this point they just want the interview to be over.
After being in the field for ten years, I feel I’m ready to take control of an entire team and to embrace the difficult role of being the next business development director for your company.” And just like that, you’ve conquered the savage, ambiguous question that used to plague you in job interviews.
If you’re a recent college graduate, with almost no work experience, you can still answer the question successfully using these examples.
During that time I’ve undergone multiple training courses, earned a number of certifications, and gained extensive software knowledge.” “To generally describe myself, I would say I’m a hard working individual that has gained a lot of skills over the course of the six years I’ve been working in the business analyst industry.