In a personal narrative, relevancy will win attention

In a market that is flooded with skilled and talented candidates, being able to set yourself apart starts by having a great personal narrative that is easy to follow, relevant to your listener and short. 

Your personal narrative says a lot about who you are, what experiences and skills you possess, and how you can bring value to an employer’s organization. Being able to adjust your narrative, anchored on your audience is a valuable skill that shows you are relevant and can help you gain advocates in your network. 

Work with your career coach to understand how to identify the foundation of your story and craft your narrative; schedule an appointment today in Handshake.

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By W. P. Carey Career Services Center
W. P. Carey Career Services Center