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Check the mirror before you walk out of your house. What does it say about you? Never be late for an appointment! In fact, it's a good idea to arrive ten to fifteen minutes early. Most employers will want you to fill out an application, even if you have your résumé with you.  She is learning the dos and don'ts of interviewing. you might be asked and practice your answers. Most employers will want to know what you think are your strengths and even your weaknesses. It is not bragging to mention some strengths, such as dependability, skill, or independence.

If you answered yes to most of these questions, you might like credit authorizer positions, bookkeeping and accounting positions, record clerk positions, data entry keyer, filing, and typing positions. These jobs require less contact with the public and more repetitive work. If you like frequent changes in scenery and tasks, as well as not having to dress up, you might look into stock clerk and mail clerk positions. Page 61 Glossary applicant Person applying for a job. Associate's Degree Two-year college degree.

You can be anything from a receptionist (who likes to interact with people) to a data entry keyer (who might like working alone or may even "telecommute" by working from home via computers linked by phone lines to those in the office). The number and types of office jobs available are overwhelming. But if the jobs are divided into groups they become more manageable to describe. In this book, we will discuss the various positions available, the qualifications that are needed, where the jobs are, and how much you can expect to earn.

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