Make sure to create your resume, as that allows you to apply to hundreds of companies on in an instant. As you’re researching companies, reading reviews, and browsing jobs, you can stay one step ahead of the competition. Next, follow companies that interest
you, saving any job descriptions that catch your eye.
Now that you’ve narrowed down the list of companies you’re interested in, it’s time to start putting yourself out there. Applied to a few roles already? Don’t stop yet. By tomorrow, an interested recruiter may already be eager to connect with you, so take the rest of Day 2
to read through possible interview questions. Prep your anecdotes, questions and elevator pitch.
Don’t be caught off-guard. Be ready. When the phone rings or the email alert sounds, be prepared for a phone interview or quick chat, usually no longer than 30 minutes, during which interviewers assess candidate’s general fit for the open position. Because this is a screening round, the
interview questions tend to be open-ended and general.