Confidence is important, but it has to be laced with humility and modesty–the hallmarks of “beginner’s mind.” Show that you can do the job, but also show that you’re willing to learn.
Even making the most of your skills and experience, make sure you’re applying for positions that are appropriate for you. In a tight job market where employers are flooded with highly qualified applicants, there’s less incentive to take a chance on a marginally qualified candidate. Carefully target jobs you truly can prove you can succeed in–not just those where you think, “I could do that,” but those where you can excel with the strength and skills you already have. The more defeated you allow yourself to feel, the more defeatist this experience will be. Every day, do something to find a job, and do it with the mind-set that it is not a futile undertaking but an adventure, a chance to learn and explore. You’ll be surprised at what you can achieve with the right mind-set. Good luck!
If you’re applying for entry-level position, most of the HRs haven’t expecting you to come in with a resume filled with experience. Instead, embrace your inexperience and leverage it as motivation to learn. Highlight examples of your dedication, curiosity, and commitment to learning and growth. HRs are looking for Candiate who are willing to work hard and want to learn.
What will make you stand out from the rest? Remember to showcase qualities like friendliness, professionalism, responsiveness, and follow-through. Strong soft skills can go a long way, because they can’t really be taught.
You are required to apply online on our Job portal, recruiter will contact you directly.
Maintaining a resume on a single page is highly beneficial. If it is necessary, it can extend up to but not more than 2 pages. Anything longer than that might cost you your job.
Make a list of all the skills listed in posting for a role you’re looking to get; for example,  computer skills, technical skills, communication skills, research skills and problem-solving skills.
It may be that you need more education to qualify for what you really want to do–for example, if you discover an interest in law, then it may be time to apply to law school. But even outside of formal education, find ways to keep current and expand your base of knowledge–take noncredit or audit classes, enroll in professional development or special training courses, or just do a lot of reading in your fields of interest.
You might not have years of work experience, but what else in your background can demonstrate your worth to a Company? Experience doesn’t have to just come from traditional jobs; market any skills you’ve developed in other areas of your life.
When you decide to apply for a given position, you must have a reason to believe you can do the job well. Spend some time analyzing that link. What formal or informal experience do you have, or what personal traits, that make the job a good fit? Be analytical and creative in this process. Once you establish the link for yourself, you can explain it to a potential employer.
Building your personal network is a reliable path to a great job at any stage of life. Connect with everyone you know–and in turn with everyone they know–through social media, community and professional events, setting up lunch or coffee dates to stay in touch, any way you can find.
Unfortunately, yes, if the experience is openly required by the recruiters when advertising for the job. If not, it is safe to say that your capability is the most important key towards getting the job. If you possess the required skill set, lack of experience can easily be overlooked by the recruiters.                         
If you can’t find a job, work for free. A volunteer position can be easier to find than an internship. Volunteer for as much relevant service as you can. You’ll not only gain valuable experience, but will also be able to build a network and get a foot in the door.
The following are some of the common questions / requirements in a direct interview.
  • Tell me about yourself
  • How do you see yourself in a near future?
  • Give me a strong reason to hire you.
  • Do you have any questions about the company?
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  • Candidates shall contect employer (recruiter) directly.
  • No application fee or consulting fee from R2J.
  • No employees from R2J asked candidate to make any payment either online or cash for job.
Empolyer or Recruiter will contact you directly if you are fulfiled the eligibility criteria within 3 working days.
It is advisable to rely on formals, whenever you are going for an interview. Unless you are positively clear that formals are not demanded by your recruiters, it is safe to stick to formal attires.