Oct 02, 2017
Q. I'm a lady 24 years old, have completed my masters in History. Presently I'm searching for a job. I'm very much in a dilemma that how should I answer them on board? How can I present myself to them as I'm a fresher? What should I wear? And moreover, I'm bit poor in English as my education is totally from a Hindi medium school. I feel very ashamed of me sometimes because I'm not that much smart, fluent like others. Please help me so that I can get a job and can have a good career.
Hello dear! By your query I can relate that you are little confused about your careir perspective and even judging your personality too. First of all! Don't be stressed two follow suggestions:
- Firstly, decide what kind of fols. You are looking for which sector, is it enquires good english or not.
- Don't be ashamed, if you feel heres something to work on groom yourself. Join personality develpoment classes.
- Know your positive see where you are good built yourself strong on them.
- Just be orignal you. While interviewing Don't worry, job interviews want appropriate skills and confidence work on them and to be original you.
- ALL THE BEST!!
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