Creating a Resume
VLSI Design - Front End vs Back End - Opportunities
VLSI is a broad spectrum of technologies and there are several sub categories of jobs that companies. What does a front end engineer do compared to a back end engineer in VLSI design? Who has better opportunities in terms of career and earning potential? These are some common questions and if you want to know, read more….
Follow these steps
- Find out the interview selection process – Written test, Telephonic, one-to-one interviews, video/skype interview etc
- Do some research about the employer–Know about their products/services, read through their websites, find if you have any close contacts in the company using your social network like Linked in etc which will help you in terms of understanding the job and the team etc
- Know about the job/role/skills required – This is where you can expect
- Do some research on the types of questions that employer could ask – Preparing for typical interview questions will help you boost your confidence
- Prepare for some questions to ask employer towards end so that you better understand the job/employer and will help you finally to make a judgement after interview process.
What are some of the VLSI Companies that you can apply
- There are a lot of VLSI/Semiconductor Companies that look for engineers to be part of the chip design process
- Broadly there are several multinational companies, small startups, public sector organizations and service companies.
- Read more for a full list ..
Follow some of these tips as you are getting ready for facing that interview with high confidence
- Make sure your resume is up to date and has all information clear and crisply written.
- Follow the resume guidelines as mentioned above.
- Get prepared yourself to answer basic questions like – Tell me about yourself or Why do you need this job etc?
- This will help you set an impressive start to your interview and proceed to next steps with high confidence
- Make sure you understand all details about projects/experiences that are written in the resume
- Refresh yourself about all the technical skills that you have listed in your resume
- Read up concepts if not clear, practice some of the most commonly used interview questions etc in the few days before attending interviews
- Be open and simple in all answers
- Keep answers simple with clear explanation instead of talking everything about or around the question.
- Ask a question or two towards end of interview
- Show your curiosity and interest in the job or the company
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