One Page Resume Is Important
It is no secret that HR loves one-page resumes. But it is a challenging task to condense so much information into one page and make a good impression on the recruiting team.
Moreover, if you don’t send a quality cover letter with your resume, chances are high that you would not hear back from them.
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But What About Behavioral Interview Questions?
Behavioral Interview Questions are tricky. No matter how good you are in technical, the behavioral round will ultimately determine whether you would be a good fit for the team.
This is particularly more important in a remote job because you have to present yourself through a web camera.
To better prepare for the behavioral round, I would recommend the course by Bob Firestone on Behavioral Interviews.
You get around three hundred behavioral interview questions in the training, with over 177 example answers that work for competency-based, KSA, situational, structured, and behavioral interviews.
This will cover you for most of the remote interviews and provide you an edge over other experienced candidates.