Third, this is not the time to simply recap your resume. Not only will it seem lazy and redundant (after all, the hiring manager probably reviewed it before the interview and has it sitting right in front of them), but this is what every other candidate will likely do. Here is a chance to distinguish yourself from the pack.
What to do instead:
Cover the early part of your career quickly, but with something memorable
Summarize your recent jobs with a big-picture perspective
Throw it back to the interviewer to dig deeper and determine their needs
Jim Hopkinson is an author, writer, and speaker living in New York City. His focus is on career development for the new economy, showing how new media, technology and branding are changing how people look at their career and lifestyle. Read more...