Tell your interviewer about the outcome that you reached through your actions.
If you’re new to the workforce and don’t have a long professional history to draw from, consider examples from volunteer work or group projects you completed for school. In some cases, employers may ask you to share a non-work-related example, so consider challenges or obstacles you’ve overcome in your personal life, too.
Find What’s Right For You
The bottom line is you will eventually find what is right for you. Your only real responsibilities in an interview setting are to discuss your experiences and decide whether this company will be right for you. Yes, they are interviewing you, but you are also interviewing them. Until then, don’t give up; hold tight to your power and value, and keep pushing! Jobs2Careers has your back. Check out our blog to learn how to ace a virtual interview.