If you're on the hunt for a new job, ChatGPT is an essential tool for creating the perfect cover letter, tailoring your resume, and acing your interview!
Most cover letter prompts focus too much on the applicant rather than the company and use a single-prompt approach.
Instead, you should follow these three steps:
Using this approach, your cover letter will hook the reader and demonstrate your unique ability to solve the company's pain points.
Don't just copy-paste a job description and ask ChatGPT to tailor your resume. Instead, use role prompting and follow these three steps:
This method ensures your resume speaks the same language as the recruiter and hiring manager, and lets you catch "hallucinations" (or lies) from ChatGPT 👀
To optimize your resume bullet points, use this structure:
"I accomplished X by the measure Y that resulted in Z."
For the classic "Tell me about yourself" question, use the Present, Past, and Future framework.
For the "Future" part of your answer, you can also use ChatGPT to generate specific examples of why a company is a great fit for you based on your previous experiences.
To find other interview questions to prepare for, use ChatGPT to generate the 10 most common interview questions based on the job description.
Then, follow these steps:
By following these techniques, you'll be well-prepared for any interview question that comes your way!
In Part 1, we covered how to use ChatGPT for crafting the perfect cover letter, optimizing your resume, and preparing for interviews.
In Part 2, we explore how to use ChatGPT for networking, landing interviews, asking smart questions, and following up after an interview.