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Ten Tips for the Shy Job Seeker In my previous post , I discussed the challenges for shy (or introverted ) people in the job market. I offered some general advice, but in this post I'd like to highlight ten things you can do (or think about) that might give you the edge in the very situations you prefer to avoid. 1. Youth to Work Coalition The purpose of the Youth to Work Coalition is to provide resources (toolkits, guides, how-to-materials) that link employers and schools to create work-based learning experiences (WBLE) for students with disabilities. There are eight types of WBLE with resources for different audiences. Below is a table that defines each of the eight areas of WBLE.
The 10 Best Questions to Ask at a Job Interview - On Careers (usnews.com) - StumbleUpon Karen Burns You’re interviewing for a job. After 20 or 30 minutes, you’re asked: “Do you have any questions?” The worst thing you can do is ask, “What is it your company does?” (Hey, it has happened.) The next worst thing you can do is say, “Um, nope, I don’t have any questions.”