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  • What Hiring Managers Wished You Knew 招聘主管希望你知道的那些事 Avoid common interview mistakes. 避免面试时常犯的错误。 The job search process can be stressful for candidates, but hiring managers have their share of challenges as well. Their companies are likely short-staffed if they’ve lost a team member, and preparing to train a new employee adds hours a day to managers' already busy workloads. Keep this reality in mind as you jump through the hoops of the interview process. Make life easier for the hiring team by avoiding key mistakes that trip up many applicants and homing in on what matters to your potential future boss. 求职过程可能会让求职者倍感压力,但招聘主管也面临着相应挑战。若一名员工辞职,公司或面临人手短缺的情况,而训练新员工也会让招聘主管忙上加忙。在面试过程中,请牢记这一事实。避免面试过程中让众多求职者都失误的关键错误,围绕未来老板感兴趣的话题讨论,从而减轻招聘团队的工作。 The details make a difference. 细节决定一切。 From your first contact with an employer to the thank-you note that you send after your interview, everything matters. Don’t think that if your resume is perfect, you can let your guard down on the subsequent steps. Even communications with an employer that seem “less formal” to you – such as email messages to confirm logistics – should be treated as part of your official application. Typos and other careless mistakes can cause you to miss an opportunity, no matter how minor they may seem to you. 从与雇主的第一次接触到面试后发送的感谢信,一切的一切都很重要。不要自认为简历完美而放松警惕,忽略后续步骤。即便你以为“不太正式的通讯”——比如向雇主发送确认物流的邮件——也应被视作正式申请职位的一部分。拼写错误或其它疏失或让你失去一次机会,无论这些失误是否微不足道。 We research your social media accounts first. 我们会先查看你的社交媒体账户。 You’ve heard it before, and it’s true: Employers and recruiters routinely use social media sites to get an idea of a candidate’s character before deciding whether they will extend an interview opportunity. A 2018 study by CareerBuilder found that close to three-quarters of employers turn to social networking sites to check out candidates as part of their hiring process. More than half of those hiring managers have decided against hiring a candidate based on what they saw on a social site. 你听说过吧,这是真事儿:在决定是否面试求职者之前,雇主和招聘人员经常通过社交媒体网站了解他/她的性格。凯业必达招聘网(CareerBuilder)于2018年开展的一项研究发现:近四分之三的雇主会通过社交媒体网站了解求职者,这是他们招聘流程的一部分。一半以上的招聘主管会通过求职者的社交媒体账户内容决定是否雇佣他/她。 Arriving late to the interview can disqualify you. 面试迟到可能会取消你的资格。 On the day of your interview, showing up in the right place with time to spare should be at the top of your priority list. You may think your excuse of having gotten stuck in traffic is good enough to pardon a slightly tardy interview arrival, but to most hiring managers, it won’t be. Plan ahead to ensure that you have more than enough time to navigate any traffic snarls or other unexpected situations, and get there on time if you want a crack at the job. 面试当天,提前到达面试地点应该是首要任务。或许,你认为交通拥堵等借口可以解释迟到,但对于大多数招聘主管而言,这些借口根本不管用。提前做出计划,确保有足够的时间处理交通拥堵或任何意外情况。想拿下这份工作?请准时到达面试地点。
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     单词标签: applicants  decided  hoops  minor  navigate  snarls  tardy  workloads 


    0 applicants [ˈæplikənts] aaea8e805a118b90e86f7044ecfb6d59   第7级
    申请人,求职人( applicant的名词复数 )
    • There were over 500 applicants for the job. 有500多人申请这份工作。
    • He was impressed by the high calibre of applicants for the job. 求职人员出色的能力给他留下了深刻印象。
    0 decided [dɪˈsaɪdɪd] lvqzZd   第7级
    • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents. 这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
    • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting. 英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
    0 hoops [hu:ps] 528662bd801600a928e199785550b059   第8级
    n.箍( hoop的名词复数 );(篮球)篮圈;(旧时儿童玩的)大环子;(两端埋在地里的)小铁弓
    • a barrel bound with iron hoops 用铁箍箍紧的桶
    • Hoops in Paris were wider this season and skirts were shorter. 在巴黎,这个季节的裙圈比较宽大,裙裾却短一些。 来自飘(部分)
    0 minor [ˈmaɪnə(r)] e7fzR   第7级
    • The young actor was given a minor part in the new play. 年轻的男演员在这出新戏里被分派担任一个小角色。
    • I gave him a minor share of my wealth. 我把小部分财产给了他。
    0 navigate [ˈnævɪgeɪt] 4Gyxu   第9级
    • He was the first man to navigate the Atlantic by air. 他是第一个飞越大西洋的人。
    • Such boats can navigate on the Nile. 这种船可以在尼罗河上航行。
    0 snarls [snɑ:lz] 73979455e5f6e24a757b5c454344dab7   第9级
    n.(动物的)龇牙低吼( snarl的名词复数 );愤怒叫嚷(声);咆哮(声);疼痛叫声v.(指狗)吠,嗥叫, (人)咆哮( snarl的第三人称单数 );咆哮着说,厉声地说
    • I don't know why my hair snarls easily. 我不知道我的头发为什么容易缠结。 来自辞典例句
    • She combed the snarls out of her hair. 她把头发的乱结梳理通。 来自辞典例句
    0 tardy [ˈtɑ:di] zq3wF   第9级
    • It's impolite to make a tardy appearance. 晚到是不礼貌的。
    • The boss is unsatisfied with the tardy tempo. 老板不满于这种缓慢的进度。
    0 workloads ['wɜ:kləʊdz] 958b02c400c047232a859dc7d17c9c99   第9级
    (某一人或组织)工作量,工作负担( workload的名词复数 )
    • Project management software can provide such visibility into everyone's skills and workloads. 项目管理软件可以提供这样的能见度到每个人的技能和工作量。
    • Doctors have complained of heavy workloads. 医生投诉工作越来越繁重。

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