What new grads should know before a job interview

06/16/2013 | Huffington Post, The

College graduates on the job market should be able to translate their educational experience into job-related skills during interviews, suggests Andy Chan, Wake Forest University vice president for personal and career development. Candidates should show how they can bring value to the organization and be prepared to ask in-depth questions about the job and the company, Chan writes in this blog post.

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