- Prepare a brief summary of the high points of each of your past positions, but do not turn it into a very long monologue that makes the interviewer glaze over with information overload.
- You do not have to brag, but don't rely on the interviewer to see past your humble exterior and figure out how great you are. Find a way to present yourself to your full advantage.
- This is not the time to talk about all your personal details. Focus on who you are as a professional.
- Because this question can be interpreted in many ways, do not be overwhelmed by it. Delve right in with your prepared answers.
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