Jimmy McGee · May 25, 2013 at 05:00 pm

Job Interview Prep: Phone Screen Part 1 – XDA Developer TV

XDA Developer TV Producer Jayce has been very busy creating videos to help you in your job search. He spoke to people who said resumes don’t work. He talked to a recruiter to reveal how resumes are chosen. So, now that you’ve got your potential employer’s attention, what next?

In today’s episode, Jayce interviews Brian Shin, a recruiter at ProCount Staffing, about phone interviews. Brian gives some tips about how to success in a phone interview. Jayce then expands on his tips to help you get your next job.  Check out this video.


Check out Jayce’s other videos and his Careers in Android Series.

Be sure to check out other great XDA Developer TV Videos.

Check out Jayce’s HowToBecomeTV YouTube Channel


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