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Prepara tu perfil profesional en Inglés


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Vocabulario esencial para la entrevista

Tipos de entrevistas


La entrevista online


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Expresiones clave para entrevistas en inglés


Tips para una entrevista técnica online

Quiz: Tipos de entrevistas

Respondiendo preguntas comunes en entrevistas en inglés


Habla de tu experiencia profesional en inglés


Habla de ti y tus experiencias laborales pasadas


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Practica para tu entrevista en inglés - Parte 1

Quiz: Respondiendo preguntas comunes en entrevistas en inglés

Cómo contestar preguntas desafiantes en inglés


Responde preguntas desafiantes en inglés


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Respondiendo preguntas situacionales en inglés


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Quiz: Cómo contestar preguntas desafiantes en inglés

Mejores pr√°cticas y conclusiones


Cómo cerrar la entrevista de manera efectiva


Errores comunes en las entrevistas en inglés


Expresiones para hacer seguimiento a entrevistas en inglés


Practica para tu entrevista en inglés - Parte 3

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Est√°s listo o lista para la entrevista


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Objective: specific goal or purpose that you hope to achieve.
Qualifications: The skills, education, and experience that might make you suitable for a job.
Responsibilities: The duties and tasks that are required in a particular job.
Skills: The abilities that you have developed due to your experience or education.
Strengths: Things that you’re good at.
Weaknesses: Things that you need to improve or work harder on.
Experience: The background or previous jobs you have held.
Education: The formal training or instruction you have received.
Accomplishments: The things you have achieved or accomplished in your career.
Goals: The things you hope to achieve in the future.
Challenges: Difficulties that you have faced or expect to face.
Motivation: The reason or drive behind your actions and decisions.

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Interview vocabulary to practice every day: Objective, qualifications, responsibilities, skills, strengths, weaknesses, experience, Education, accomplishments, goals, challenges and motivation.

Important Concepts in Module 1:

Complimentary closing is a word or words that come immediately before the signature or a letter to express the sender’s respect for the recipient.

Professional experience: an experience that you obtain from a profession. It should be included in your resume in order from current to previous.

Hiring manager: The person responsible for hiring employees to fill open job positions in a company

LinkedIn is a social networking site that helps you create professional connections according to common areas and interests, as well as find job opportunities.

Professional profile: It is a brief summary of your skills, qualifications, strengths, and relevant professional experience.

Resume: A formal presentation in a one- or two-page document in which a job applicant showcases his or her contact information, professional summary, relevant work experience, education, skills, and qualifications.

CV: A written document giving a full description of your academic credentials, qualifications, previous work and employment, and sometimes also your personal interests

Differences between a CV and a Resume

  1. A resume is one page, or a maximum of two pages long. A CV can be longer.
  2. A resume is used for job hunting in all industries. The CV is used for jobs and admissions in academia.
  3. The resume is tailored to the specific job you are applying to while the CV is a comprehensive overview.

I didn’t have an idea of the difference between a resumen and a CV, I always thought there were the sames.

To convey meaning is to effectively communicate an intended message or information to someone or a group of people. It involves expressing thoughts, ideas, emotions, or concepts in a way that can be understood and interpreted by others.

Thank you so much! This year, I participated in several English interviews, and this course greatly improved my speaking skills.

Blow my mind than LinkedIN pronouns is so different in latam hahaha


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