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If you are currently preparing for an interview, chances are you have come across the “why do you want to work here?” question, right? Although the reasons you have for wanting to work for a company may seem obvious to you, there is in fact a correct way to go about answering this question.
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Only about 2% of submitted resumes result in an interview, and with the increase of remote work, job applicants can come from anywhere. For job searchers, this means that your resume needs to stand out and capture a hiring manager or recruiter’s attention.
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jobsearcher.com/blogWhat to Expect in a Job Offer LetterReceiving a job offer with an offer letter is a great step in the right direction during your job search. It is a sign that the job application process went really well, and you shined amongst the rest of the candidates. If a company wants you to work with them after doing a series of interviews, personality tests, and so on, you will receive a job offer letter.
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