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From: Net-Temps Careers
Subject: Net-Temps Career News
Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 19:59:06 -0400 (EDT)

Net-Temps weekly CrossRoads newsletter for jobseekers
May 10, 2005
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      Featured Article:   How to Ask for the Job
One of the great qualities that children possess is the ability to ask for what they want, from extended playtime to an extra piece of cake for dessert. Not only do children ask for what they want, but they don't give up. They conspire, they're tenacious, and if one method doesn't work, they try another. Then something happens as we grow older and we acquire hang-ups that hold us back from going after what we want.
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Handling Illegal Interview Questions
Interviewers who ask illegal questions should not be interviewing because they are increasing the legal risk to their company. Even though they're asking an illegal question, it's not effective for you to say, "That's an illegal question." Responding professionally is more effective than telling the interviewer they're breaking the law. Every question provides you with an opportunity to present information about your abilities. Even illegal questions are an opportunity. This article will help you respond to these situations.
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Networking for Shy People
Here's the paradox: networking is by far the best way to learn about other companies and new job opportunities, but few job seekers want to do it. Learn some tips on how to make yourself - and others - more comfortable.
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Street Smart
Based on my own experience working with hundreds of individuals, many of whom have the finest of formal educations, it's very clear that street smarts are what turn desire into results more than any other factor. What does it mean to be "street smart"? It means you follow your instincts, you listen to your gut, you don't over-think things, you pay attention to the details that tell you what's really going on. To be street smart you've got to be both optimistic and realistic.
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