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How to Calm Job Interview Jitters

Interviews can strike fear in the hearts of the most seasoned job seekers. If you don't have a lot of experience interviewing, it's not unusual to feel mild jitters or even outright terror at the thought of sitting down with a potential employer. But you don't have to let emotions turn that important hiring hurdle into a horror show. Experts offer several tips for preventing anxiety from torpedoing your chances of landing the job.



50 Job Search Tips That Work

This article provides the readers with tips to land an interview. Tips for resume building, interviewing, and what to do after the interview.



Weighing Decisions about Disability Disclosure - Resources for Youth and Caring Adults

Every young person who grows up with or acquires a disability has to learn how to talk about, or not talk about, his or her disability. As you make the transition into adulthood, the way you talk about your disability begins to change in its importance



Tips and Tricks for Developing References

Job seekers often leave the necessary work involved in providing references until the end of the job search-the offer stage-which can cause serious mistakes in the process, and provide less than effective references. This article offers advice about development of references.



17 Tips to Ace Your Next Phone Interview

It's easy to understate the importance of a phone interview, dismissing it as merely the first step in the long job-search process. In reality, a seemingly cursory phone interview is actually the most important step, because without success, the next steps never happen.



Negotiation Strategy and Tactics: Basic Principles Before You Begin

Everyday, you negotiate. Many of the most important negotiations that will impact your professional advancement involve your employment and salary. Learn some strategies and tactics to help you.



Career Options for Creatives (Finding a Job)

The average American getting out of college today can expect to have five to ten careers during his or her lifetime. If you just graduated, or you have been looking for a job for some time, here are some helpful hints on finding a job.



Students Looking for Summer Jobs Should Get to Work

Students seeking summer employment should prepare to send out at least 50 resumes. A summer job is a foot in the door, a way to explore a potential career, a networking opportunity and the means to gain familiarity with a specific profession.

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