"I am perfect for the job!" Get more face-to-face meetings using this technique. The worst thing they can say is no.

Read the job posting: Remember you're at the job interview to get information too, so research the company ahead of time.

Interview with confidence: People pay attention to non-verbal cues. Maintain the three Cs during your next interview.

Major opportunity: Your interviewer gives you information, either directly or indirectly. Don't miss the opportunity this presents.

Work after the interview: After the interview, "start working" for them before they offer you a job. PROVE you're the one to hire.

Reject rejection: Today is summed up in these two very important job search words.

Congratulations! (Or correct your course): If you found a job, congratulations! If you're still in the job hunt, it's time to take stock of your situation. First of all, do NOT panic.

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