4 ways young workers can make a strong, positive impression

06/30/2011 | Forbes

If you're young and want to be taken seriously in a new job, then establish a good relationship with your boss, don't make co-workers feel old and realize you're always being tested, J. Maureen Henderson writes. "[O]ften what you're being evaluated on isn't the end result, but how you respond to the assignment," she notes. "It's your grace under pressure, unflappability and your ability to handle constructive criticism that's really being measured."

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