Here's how large companies separate the wheat from the chaff.
Don't try so hard for likability that you come across as dishonest, especially in those crucial first seven seconds of an interview when you make a first impression.
Just submitting applications online isn't enough.
No. 1: They cyberstalk as much as they can.
Steve Jobs' advice to Stanford grads was resolute: "You've got to find what you love." But there is a counterpoint that has been echoed by some very successful people.
Think back to your childhood.
Put your best foot forward, even when the questions are out of line.
Leave out the soft skills – even if you are a "strong communicator" who can "thrive under pressure."
Sundar Pichai then went on to lead one of the world's largest tech companies. No big deal...
Even the smartest people are guilty of these mistakes.
Be honest in your answer even if it could cost you a job offer.
Here's what to say to make the right impression.
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Multinational firms like Adobe, Microsoft, SAP and Cisco are leading the way when it comes to attracting India's top tech talents.
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