If you want to knock their socks off at your next interview, come toting not only a duplicate of your resume (in case the prospective employer can't lay hands on the one you uploaded, emailed or snail-mailed), but a portfolio as well.
In a portfolio, you collect materials that represent tangible evidence of the work you've done, and the great style and attitude you can bring to this employer. It also provides you a handy "talking points checklist" when you're asked about what you've done in the past.
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