This week on the blog, we’ll be sharing with you the Tips and Tricks from Fintech Executives to ace that interview.
Having an explicable and well-endowed resume is sufficient for landing a well-paid job in Fintech industry. Job seekers consider it a necessary factor and pay no heed to the core issues, one; among many of which are, to impress the Fintech executive sitting right in front of you. People nowadays, tend to track the person who is anticipated to sit on the selection panel of a job interview. They are seen rushing around here and there to find the “right guy” having an access or relation to the person who is going to take the interview. Somewhere in this job-hunting spree, a candidate goes adrift from the right pathway and tries to get compensation via cheap sources. This practice sometimes proves to be a career-killer for many job aspirants.
In order to have an insight as what exactly does a Fintech executive wants, we have compiled a few answers and comments from CEOs and top managers of Fintech firms, which we are going to explain in this section. These comments will broaden the thinking horizons of job seekers in the UK and we hope you’ll be able to think and prepare accordingly.
According to Mike, the criteria of selection for him is the level of motivation with which a candidate expresses his mission regarding working in the
Well, this is interesting, the way Shahchar puts your first interview. According to Shahchar, a candidate should prepare and groom himself like a confident guy/girl who is going on his/her first date. By the word “prepare”, he means to say that, the candidate should know the goals, objectives, scope, working mechanism and future plans to the fullest. You need to persuasive not by just your mouth, but also by your
Radoslav is a strong fan of a person who shares his views openly without considering any constraints whatsoever. It is a job interview after all and all the interviewer wants is some ingenuity rather than fakeness which deteriorates the entire image of the candidate no matter how brilliant the academic records are. Radoslav seeks the rate of adaptation and self-improvisation in the personality of the candidate because it is a fact that the Fintech industry is always changing and nobody knows what will go extinct in a couple of years and what else will take its place. The process of evolving is dynamic and when an
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Golden Note: Consider it as one of the most important points to ponder. Always try to express yourself in a manner which appeals to the interviewer. Focus on speaking about such matters which are of primal importance to the
Now you’re all set to land that job in Fintech, use these tips to think and prepare for that interview. So next week on the blog, we will be discussing the Benefits of Working in a Fintech Firm. Catch up with you soon!