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How a little extra preparation will help you land your next DC marketing and communications job opportunity
You heard about an exciting marketing or communications role with a great Washington, DC-area company, you’ve submitted your resume and likely gone through a few rounds of initial screenings to land an interview. Leading up to the day of the interview you have fastidiously prepared by researching the company’s website, reading any recent news articles about the organization, looking up the interviewers on LinkedIn, and rehearsing for any and all questions you might get during the interview. Well done! But you are only halfway there…
Much has been written about the influx of Millennials into the workplace and how their attitudes, experiences and expectations are shaping the modern work world. But, before the Milliennials, there were Generation Xers. Today, the men and women of Generation X are your mid-level managers who are running their companies, managing employees, making the hiring decisions and climbing to the top of the organization.
Move over Facebook and Twitter. In today’s marketing and communications world, expertise involves command of tools like Marketo, Eloqua and Tableau
You’re an avid Facebook user. You met your spouse online. Maybe you even helped your mother-in-law set up a blog to document her gardening hobby.
More TorchLight tips on interviewing for marketing and communications jobs in D.C.
Our team of experienced marketing recruiters have written before with practical advice for D.C. marketing and communications job seekers about how to prepare for an interview, such as doing your research, getting your resume ready, showing up on time, and so on. But beyond an impressive resume and perfect preparation, what can really set you apart from the next candidate are those oft overlooked nonverbal behaviors that leave a lasting impression – for better or worse.
TorchLight Hire’s “Pulse of the Industry” Survey of DC marketing pros shows that professional development is key
Whether you’re a currently employed DC marketing professional or a candidate seeking a DC marketing and communications job, there is one universal truth: In the age of smartphones, laptops, tablets and more, it is easy to find ourselves inundated with things to do, emails to remember, phone calls to make and the list goes on.
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