interview – to question.
noun form: interview
Interview is a resume writing word that can show:
- a candidate’s ability to examine others
- organization of fairness in extracting information from others
Resume Writing Formula:
knowledgeable person + interview = results/success
Who to interview – employee, candidate, celebrity, customer, subject, student, witness, victim.
How to Use:
Use interview to mention people (or types of people) you have questioned.
Use interview to showcase the techniques or skills you have used for interviewing.
Resume Writing Examples:
Examples that Show Research Skills
Before accepting students to the university, I interviewed each candidate to learn about their skills and goals.
Conclusion: This candidate asks essential questions to gain a better understanding of a person.
My main challenge while interviewing crime suspects was determining the truth of their answers, which I succeeded in doing so almost every time.
Conclusion: This candidate is skillful at obtaining information from people.
As a newspaper journalist, I managed to interview politicians as fairly and objectively as possible.
Conclusion: This candidate can gather information in an objective fashion.
During celebrity interviews, I questioned them directly about their personal lives and private struggles.
Conclusion: This candidate is not afraid of being straightforward when finding out facts.
I standardized the interview process by asking the same questions to all potential employees and rating their answers with the same system.
Conclusion: This candidate is organized when gathering and evaluating information.
Synonyms: audition, consult, converse with, discuss, examine, interrogate, meet, parley, question
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