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September 29, 2008


This is great advice. I work for a staffing company in Boston, Hollister Staffing ( and find that many people blank when it comes to this part of the interview. To prevent not knowing what to say I encourage my clients to come up with a list of questions before hand so they will know what to say, even to write them down if it helps. I love your advice about using questions that will help to sell yourself too. Thanks!

Hi Louisa, thanks so much for the affirmation from the real world of staffing agencies!

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