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2010-08-15 18:16:25
2010-08-15 18:16:25

Look at the job description. Pick out key words that describe you. If you have time beforehand, make a list of the qualities they are looking for that also describe you.

They just want to know if you are a good match for the job. If you truly can't come up with any qualities that suit what they are looking for, you're probably applying for the wrong job.

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