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Created Date 04.27.20
Last Updated 04.27.20
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  • I already sent this company my resume, I don’t need to bring a copy to my interview.
  • Employers don’t care about my volunteer experience or involvement in extracurricular activities.
  • Since I attached my resume, I don’t have to fill out the application.
  • If I send out my resume to a bunch of different companies, I will get a job for sure
  • It does not matter how I budget my money or that my credit is bad. Employers don’t care about that stuff anyway.
  • I get nervous during interviews, I should take my mom with me to help me answer questions.
  • I don’t know anything about the company I am applying for, that’s ok because they will tell me all about it at the interview
  • On the application availability section I will be more likely to be interviewed if I have open availability during the times I
  • On the application availability section I should only list the minimum hours I can work.
  • My brother’s wedding is this summer. I should ask for that date off from my supervisor in writing now.
  • I need $10 per hour and I will not accept any less, I should expect that my employer pay me what I wan
  • I don’t need to know what I do well or what skills I have, it’s not important in career planning.
  • My babysitter bailed on me, I should take my baby to the interview no one will mind
  • I should use my mom, my brother, and my grandmother as my references. They know me better than anyone.
  • I don’t need to ask questions at the interview, they will tell me what I need to know.
  • It is a good idea to do informational interviews so I can learn more about a specific business or job
  • I should tell my references I am looking for work and ask if I can use their name and number on a resume and application.
  • The interviewer will want to know how I handle conflict with others, I need to think about how I will answer that question posi
  • I don’t get along with people very well but that does not matter to an employer
  • I was fired at my last job, I should tell the interviewer what I think about that.
  • Thank you letters or follow up phone calls are not important after an interview.
  • I should list my volunteer and school work experience on my applications
  • My IVRS, TAP, or IN staff can help me develop coping skills and a plan on resolving conflicts.
  • Just .responding yes or no to all interview questions is acceptable
  • I should bring pen and paper, resume, and references to my interview.
  • I look awesome in my favorite jeans, I should wear them to the interview.
  • I should ask for every Saturday off so I can go to the races
  • I should be prepared and think about questions the interviewer is going to ask me.
  • My IVRS, TAP, or IN can help me write a thank you letter after my interview.
  • I should arrive to my job interview exactly on time.