I began working in New York after graduating
from college in Washington D.C. Having the chance
to work in New York was certainly my dream come true.
Before entering Actus, I worked for another Employment Agency for
several years. Currently, my task is to meet and work
with job seekers. Based on the resumes from our online
registrants, my job is to contact the applicants and having
them come for the interviews. As far as the interview goes,
my primary focus is not about searching interviewee’s every
precise information and background. So there is no need for them
to become nervous at all. However, I may ask something personal
here and there in order for me to become closer to understand the
person’s “true self.” It is hard to grasp one’s true self through
general conversations. Regarding the interviews, my intension is to become
closer with my interviewees and to become a good consultant for them.
This is my personal opinion. But I think it is not
wrong to say that being employed can completely change one’s
out look on the future. I believe that decision-making processes
should not be taken lightly. Once you start to working, the time
that you spend on the work place with people who you associate
becomes part of your everyday life. Being a consultant, we understand
that we are playing the pivotal role in providing job offerings and
always extra careful when it comes for giving assistances.
I used to do photography while I was in college.
I still do it as a hobby because it cheers me up.
On my day-offs, I’ll take my camera outside to motivate myself.
I came to realize that there is something in common between taking
photography and consultant work. In photography, an object usually
determines the quality of a photograph. Drawing out the attractiveness
of an object through the picture is what photographers strive for, such
as how the photos should look like in order for an object to be seen natural.
As a consultant and being the mediator for jobseekers and for the companies,
I think my importance lies on how I’m able to find and draw out the applicants’
bright side. So when it comes to doing interviews, I really want to touch on
issues about what are their needs and what do they really want to do.
I feel certain that I am capable of assisting their dreams a step closer.
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