Minggu, 24 Oktober 2010

Getting Your First Job - Interview Tips For Teenagers

By Steve Humphreys

job, jobs, career

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You can prepare for your first interview through practicing with friends and family. Don't get discouraged if you don't pass the real interview when it comes up. Often, employers will do phone interviews to screen prospective applicants out.

You will learn what to say and what not to say with each interview. It just takes a little practice and confidence in oneself. It has been said that it takes about ten interviews to land one job. This may or may not be true for you, depending upon the job you want to get into.

As a teen, you are presented with many challenges. The biggest challenge though, is in getting to know what kind of person you really are. This will come through time, through your own growth. People usually don't change personally, but some of their interests will change as they get older.

For example, a career chosen as a teen may not serve him well in later years, because he will have matured. That same career may then not be as interesting. Then, it may be time for a change of careers. Many who are working do not like their careers, but may not know what else they want to do for a living.

Teen Quizzes can help you locate a field of interest. To be happy in a career, one has to be interested in it, and have a passion for working in that job. If one knows which careers he has an interested in, all he needs to do is choose one that fits his personality, natural abilities, and aptitude.

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