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Lt Col John (Jack) Christensen
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Hard to imagine that a former military member can go into an interview unprepared, but it happens.
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CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR
CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR
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I dont thinks it necessarily unprepared.....as much as staying organized with your thoughts and really connecting the dots on your past experience and how it would help in the role you are interviewing for
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SGT English/Language Arts Teacher
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Great action plan. I must admit I have gone into interviews cold, and they did not go quite as I had expected. This is great advice for everyone!
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CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR
CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR
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The better prepared you are the more confident you will be and increase getting the offer.
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CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR - Absolutely! I have learned that through practice.
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SSG Derrick L. Lewis MBA, C-HRM
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Great share CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR , thanks!!
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CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR
CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR
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to easy this is my passion....our veterans need to win in this space
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