PREP to Impress

Floyd, Shawn; Meade, Michelle
October 2006
PN;Oct2006, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p34
Trade Publication
The article gives advice on how people who suffered from spinal cord injury can impress an employer during a job interview. According to the authors, it is important for a job applicant to show the extent of his knowledge during the interview. It is also necessary to find out as much as possible about the company and the job. Confidence and enthusiasm are also characteristics that can go a long way towards securing a job opportunity.


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