When an employer asks you about your educational background how should you answer the question?
Most job interview questions are very basic and aren't very
complicated most of the time so answers shouldn't be too hard
either. However, you still should formulate and process your
answers carefully because you don't want to look like an idiot to a
potential employer either. When asked about education start with
high school and note some major things you might have done. Did you
play for a sports team, get involved with any clubs, volunteer.
Then move onto college if applicable and note your accomplishments
there, and if at all possible note things you did in college that
could possibly relate to the job you're trying to get.
This is true. Your resume' should cover your work history, hobbies, organizations you belong to and your educational background. You may include your previous job title and employer as an introduction, then express your interest in the new position. This will save a personnel director time, allowing him to see at a glance if you are qualified for the job. You do not have to get into specifics with this. There is no need to…