Job candidates can't afford timidity

March 1996
USA Today Magazine;Mar96, Vol. 124 Issue 2610, p10
Mentions a national survey by Accountemps, which indicated that candidates may not be selling themselves enough during job interviews. Suggestions from Max Messmer, author of `Job Hunting for Dummies.'


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