Careers Inside the World of Offices (Careers and by Carolyn Simpson

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Temporary agency Employment agency for temporary jobs. Page 62 For Further Reading Fry, Ron. Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions. Hawthorne, NJ: Career Press, 1995. Your First Job. , 1995. Jaderstrom, Susan, Leonard Kruk, and Joanne Miller. Professional Secretaries International Complete Office Handbook. New York: Professional Secretaries International, 1992. Occupational Outlook Handbook, 1996-1997. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1997. Pedersen, Laura. Street-Smart Career Guide.

In-house training Training on the job. microfilming Storing records on film that can later be read with a microfilm viewer. reference Recommendation for a job from someone who knows you. repetitious Done over and over again. switchboard Telephone system that is manned by an operator (often the receptionist), who routes the calls to the right extensions. temporary agency Employment agency for temporary jobs. Page 62 For Further Reading Fry, Ron. Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions. Hawthorne, NJ: Career Press, 1995.

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.

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