This article actually runs in a section of the paper called “Decision Times’ which also is in the Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times. (Seen by service members and veterans worldwide.)
If you’re looking for a job, you may have dropped off your resumes with friends, done some networking through acquaintances, or sent query letters to job postings. While you’re waiting for the phone to ring, it just sits there. Then suddenly, you’re relaxed, watching reruns of Third Watch, eating pizza – or you just stepped out of the shower – only to find there’s a hiring manager on the other end of the line, or an employer you’ve been itching to impress.
Getting caught off guard is the worst part about waiting for a phone call during a job hunt. But nobody can wear the ‘job seeker’ hat 24/7. So how can you get ready – and stay ready – to sell yourself in a conversation you were hoping for but weren’t expecting?