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A close friend of mine is a flight attendant.  She was asked for some interview tips from a young person who was about to attend her interview for the same airline.  As I was going over her response text, I thought the ideas she was sharing would be great for anyone embarking on a job interview.  Her text went as follows: This industry is very competitive.  Look the part.  Wear a professional outfit.  No jeans or low-cut tops.  If you have long hair, wear it up and out of your face.  Your make up should

Inspired by #firstsevenjobs trending on Twitter, I got thinking about my first few jobs.  Some of them were menial but served the purpose of generating an income to gain purchase power as a teenager. Others were necessary to save for the pursuit of higher education.  Still others just paid the bills. Regardless, every job I had gave me skills and attributes that have molded me into the leader that I am today. 1.  Snack Bar/Gas Attendant My father landed me my very first job.  It was working at a variety store/snack

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