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Tips For Acing A Job Interview

Do Your Best To Get Rid Of Any Negative Feelings Or Anger Before Going Into An Interview

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Try to avoid sending the wrong vibes to a potential new employer.

If you're having a bad day as a result of symptoms of your illness or any other reason:

  • Take the steps you normally would to avoid or lessen symptoms. For example, if you generally have a reaction to your morning medications, schedule an interview for later in the day or get up earlier. If this is not possible, consider any alternatives to lessen your symptoms. Your doctor of pharmacist may be a good source for this information.
  • Take a few minutes of quiet solitude before the interview and think about a prior accomplishment, either work related or not. If possible, remember how you felt about that accomplishment and allow those feelings to resurface.

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