How to Get a Job If You're a Teenager

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Highsmith Incorporated, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 68 pages
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An essential handbook for teens in all types of communities who seek part-time or seasonal work! Help prepare teens for the unfamiliar challenges of a job search with tips on interviewing, self-assessment and real life examples with simple lists of dos and don'ts. This practical guide is packed with useful insights and advice proven to be effective.

This edition contains the most current resources, updated appendices, expanded chapters and new information, including where the best jobs can be found, keeping a good job, career guidance, up-to-date Internet resources, plus the most current annotated print resources. Also includes new federal and state employment information/regulations, and the most recent sample forms. A new appendix contains the websites for the largest employers of youth to aid teens in researching these organizations.

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Picking Up the Application
Getting Ready for the Interview

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