Job and Career

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Job and Career Our life is an odd mixture of different moments of action and inaction, work and rest. Work provides us with an inner creative joy. It saves us from the routine and apathy of life. It puts our energies to a proper use. Unused energies create disorders in us. They make us physically unhealthy and mentally unhappy. Time hangs heavy on our shoulders when there is no work. It provides us with money for our life hood. It makes our life meaningful and peaceful. Idleness is more boring and painful than work. When a worker builds up something new, he feels encouraged and elevated and thus gets pleasure from his creative work. Where there is no need, there would be no work. Where there is no work, there would be no joy in life. Thus…show more content…
Once you are granted an interview, you should arrive well-prepared. Prepare questions to ask during the interview. You might ask about the specific job responsibilities, ask about the possibilities for advancement or promotion, and find out about the special benefits the company offers. Avoid going into too many details about the salary at this time. . Above all, dress appropriately. This tells the employer you are a professional. In other words, if you are interviewing for a conservative, multinational company, you should not wear casual clothes like jeans and sneakers; get dressed up! Then, during the interview, sit up straight, speak clearly, be attentive, look the interviewer in the eye, smile when appropriate, and try to relax. If you become nervous, take long, deep breaths and remember you have a valuable commodity to sell – yourself. Remember not to say negative things about yourself or your former employers. You should be friendly and act like you really want the job. Many employers ask prospective employees to complete a job application and or take an exam before the interview, so be sure to arrive about 20 minutes before the scheduled appointment. To be prepared, bring along extra copies of your resume, samples of your work, recommendation letters, and other supporting documents that will strengthen your
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