Present Your Resume
Think of your resume as your host (or hostess) gift. By taking it out at the beginning of the interview, it becomes an asset, rather than an afterthought. "If there are areas or responsibilities that you want to emphasize or explain, the interview is your chance to draw attention to them," says Hannon. "People think if something is on their resume, that it’s clear, but those bullet points don’t always speak for themselves."