Posted September 04, 2014 by

Want to Get a Meeting to Discuss an Entry Level Job Opportunity? Tips to Help You Prepare

Before getting an entry level job, it is not a bad idea to learn more about the position and company by talking with someone.  If you want to getting a meeting to discuss a job opportunity, then learn some tips to help you prepare for a potential one in the following post.

Networking is the key to landing a job but people dread it even more than the idea of running a marathon. They’d rather push their bodies to the limit than put themselves in a potentially awkward situation with another human being. Surprisingly, networking and running a marathon share a common path to success – preparation. The more you prepare and train the easier it will be and the better you’ll perform. Unlike getting rock-hard abs, training for a networking coffee meeting will take you more than 5 minutes every day, but the additional 55 minutes will be well worth it.

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