Wanting to get on the ladder of an IT career

By MidLifeCrisis ·
Here's the deal - I'm a middle-aged guy having the classic Mid-Life Crisis thing. I want to retrain for a new career in IT starting from Ground Zero. I have been looking at what's in-demand, and it seems to be system administrators and Cloud management - Microsoft Azure and SQL seem fundamental. Shopping around, I have been offered this bundle, and I'd be very interested to hear from all you techies out there to inform me if this is a good ladder of modules to climb up. Perhaps you know a better one. I look forward to hearing your opinions!

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Best Tips For Cracking Your Telephonic Interview of IT job

by nishagg893 In reply to Wanting to get on the lad ...

1) Do a homework: Just look for various kinds of questions and answers that you would be shot at by the interviewer. Practice it well and try to be fluent and confident in English. The only advantage you have in this kind of an interview is invisibility.

2) Choose a good phone and a spot: You will definitely get to know about the timings before hand and therefore be prepared with an isolated spot without any disturbance and use a good phone for the call preferably land line.

3) Ask questions wisely: After the telephonic interview round completes the interviewer will ask will invite for your questions. So use this opportunity wisely by asking questions about the role and about the company’s new strategy and plan. This will show how serious you are about the company.

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4) Be positive: Optimism and confidence is half way towards success. Though there is no visibility, the interviewer can sense your mood through your voice. Your voice will reflect your mindset and behaviour. So, feel good about yourself and be show how confident you are.
5) Do not discuss about salary: Generally telephonic round is not considered as the final around in any interview and salary discussions and negotiations are done in the final stage. While the panel is still assessing about your skills do not show you are here for money.

6) Take down notes: During the telephonic interview be prepared to take down notes if anything important. Have a copy of your resume and offer letter to answer any question related to your resume.

7) Do not underestimate telephonic round: Just because you both are not visible for each other that does not mean you can take it lightly and there are chances that you can be eliminated if you make the interviewer feel that you are not good enough.

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