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Informed Candidates make the Best Candidates

 

 

When employers want to hire top talent, they are looking for an informed candidate. An informed candidate does more than just basic research on the company and job description. This candidate has also engaged in the company already so they will be more comfortable to fit in with the company culture and complete onboarding faster.

3 Ways to Become an Informed Job Candidate

To stand out as top talent and be a desirable informed candidate, do these three things.

Dig into the Job Description & Responsibilities

Go beyond just glancing over the job description to quickly determine if it matches your skills. Dig into every part of the description and responsibilities. This will help you tailor your resume, as well as give you plenty of engaging talking points during the interview.

Learn About the Company

An informed candidate is recognizable when they know more about the company than just the basic information. You should know the purpose of the company, its vision, history, and any current news or information.

Utilize the company website, social media profiles, and internet search to help you become thoroughly informed to impress your interviewers.

Look into the Background of the Hiring Manager

As best as you can, try to learn about the background of the hiring manager. Don’t be shy about looking up the person on LinkedIn and other sites. This will help you ask pointed questions during your interview that can both be beneficial to the knowledge you’d like to gain, as well as demonstrate that you are interested in the position and informed.

Why Being Informed is Beneficial to YOU

Being an informed candidate definitely helps you stand apart from the competition and may increase your chances of receiving a job offer, but it’s also beneficial for you. By going the extra steps in conducting thorough research and preparing for the interview, you can make a better decision about whether you want to accept or reject a job offer.

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