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> > Vicky Rubin wrote:
> > If you all had one piece of advice on how to prepare for interviewing and
> > looking for work what would that be? I have some knowledge of Frame,
> > Dreamweaver, Acrobat 5.0, Visual Basic, Visio, and Office 2000, but am
> > concerned that I'll be laughed out of space, cyber and physical, because I
> > can't compete with folks who can do it all.
Then Bruce was saying:
> I think the answer is in the first sentence above: prepare for
> interviewing. Above all else, to get a job you need to come across as
> professional and reliable. Projecting these qualities is even more
> important than being good at the work.
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