Aug 20, 2018 - 04:27 PM
First, review your resume and cover letter thoroughly before submitting them. A simple typo shows you are careless, and it will prevent hiring managers from wanting to schedule an interview. Additionally, you should review what types of jobs you apply for. You really need to consider if your skill level matches the needs of the position, and you may need to change what kinds of jobs you submit to.
You also need to think about how you behave in the interview. You do not want to act like you are above this job. While you certainly do not want to appear too excited, you still need to showcase your enthusiasm for this line of work. You may also not receive job offers if you fail to say, "Thank you" after an interview or even send a thank-you email later that day. Ultimately, you need to demonstrate why you are the best person for the job, and that means doing everything correctly.