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Overqualified/Too Much ExperienceIdentify Your Transferable SkillsThree Times When You Should Definitely Send Thank-You Notesand WhyFollowing Up After the InterviewRed-Flag Words and PhrasesHandling Tough Interview Questions and Unusual SituationsSexual PreferenceMake a Positive ImpressionThe Occupational Information Network (O*NET)Help Employers Know Why They Should Hire YouOther Life Experiences WorksheetKey Points: Chapter 3Issues Related to MenSome Other Tricky QuestionsPlaying the Negotiation GameThe Four Stages of a Job OpeningUsing E-mail and the Phone to Contact EmployersEnding the NegotiationResearching the JobFair's Four Rules of Salary NegotiationResearching the Industry, Company, Job, and InterviewerKey Points: Chapter 2Know the Laws That Protect You from DiscriminationChanging Careers or Job History Unrelated to Your Current Job ObjectiveUse Control Statements to Your AdvantageStep 2: Answer the Question Briefly in a Non-Damaging WayIdentify Your Job-Related SkillsThe Top Excuse for Avoiding ResearchThe Prove-It TechniqueFollow-Up Phone CallsBefore the InterviewReference BooksSensitive Questions About Your Personal Situation or StatusThe Most Effective Job Search Method: Warm ContactsJob and Volunteer History WorksheetCreating an Effective Phone ScriptWriting Your JIST CardLearn the Three Types of SkillsCommunicate Your SkillsResearching the CompanyAnswer Problem Questions WellJob-Related SkillsThe Call-Back CloseNew Graduate/Not Enough Experience"What Are Your Major Weaknesses?"What to Do as Soon as You Get HomeThe JIST Card: A Mini-Resume and a Powerful Job Search ToolOnline Resources for Company ResearchIdentify Your Adaptive Skills and Personality TraitsSources of Information on Salary and WagesBeing FiredGaps in Your Work HistoryDealing with Illegal QuestionsKey Points: Chapter 8Answer Open-Ended Questions EffectivelyStep 1: Understand What Is Really Being AskedThis Short Book Can Make a Big DifferenceHow to Delay Discussion of Pay Until It MattersThey Offer, You Want ItNow It's Time to Negotiate!Seven Quick Tips for Writing Thank-You NotesOther Sources of Industry Information"What Are Your Major Strengths?"Ending the Phone Call in Other Ways"What Sort of Pay Do You Expect to Receive?""What Are Your Plans for the Future?"Knowing Yourself and What You Can DoQuick and Essential Tips for Tomorrow's InterviewKey Points: Chapter 7The InternetThe Guide for Occupational ExplorationKey Points: Chapter 1Turn Your Negative into a PositiveFormatting JIST Cards"How Does Your Previous Experience Relate to the Jobs We Have Here?"Eight Important Actions for Interview SuccessWhat Is Your Current Compensation?"Too Old"Contacting Employers by E-mailBracket the Salary RangeThe Day of the InterviewGet More Information on the Careers That Interest You MostUsing the Telephone to Get InterviewsHoover's OnlineThe Importance of Thank-You NotesAdaptive Skills/Personality TraitsIssues Related to WomenCareer Guide to IndustriesResearching the InterviewerDon't Say No Too SoonEarly Pay Discussions Can Screen You OutAsk Good QuestionsThe Offer Is ReasonableAsking for the InterviewMaking Warm ContactsDisability-Related IssuesClose the Interview ProperlyIdentifying Hundreds of Warm Contacts with Three StepsCareer OINKHow to Use E-mail and Regular Mail for Thank-You Notes and Follow-Up LettersKnow About the Specific Company, Job, and InterviewerSources of Information on Pay for Major JobsKnowing Your PriceGetting More InterviewsFollow-Up LettersInterview Techniques Employers Use to Psych You OutThe Occupational Outlook HandbookWhat the Four Stages Mean to YouHow Did JIST Cards Get Their Name?Step 3: Answer the Real Question by Presenting Your Related SkillsProfessional AssociationsKnow How to Explain Your SituationRecently MovedIdentify Your SkillsThe Offer Is Not What You WantEssential Questions Your Research Must AnswerHow Much Do You Need to Live On?Negotiating Your SalaryThe 10 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questionsand How to Answer Them"Why Don't You Tell Me About Yourself?"Key Points: Chapter 5Know the Probable Salary Range in AdvanceFollow Up After the InterviewCalling People You KnowMaking Warm Contactsfor Job LeadsCalling Employers DirectlyMaking Cold Contactsto Find Job OpeningsSix Common Types of Interviews"Why Should I Hire You?"Racial or Ethnic MinoritiesHelp with Specific Problem Interview SituationsOther Frequently Asked Interview QuestionsWhat to Say When an Offer Is Made"Too Young"Answering Key Interview QuestionsThe Most Important Job Search Rule of AllLocal InformationUsing JIST CardsWhat Are Your Salary Requirements?Education and Training WorksheetTransferable SkillsFind Good Information About the IndustryMilitary ExperienceKey Points: Chapter 4The Three-Step Process for Answering Most Interview Questions
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