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8 Secrets of “Lucky” Job-Seekers

8 Secrets of “Lucky” Job-Seekers

Nina Kim | AllHealthcare

March 11, 2010

Be Prepared

It’s important to embrace spontaneity, but random situations will only be beneficial for you if you’re prepared for them. Imagine that you strike up a conversation with the woman sitting next to you on the airplane and find out she’s working in the exact field you want to work.

Are you prepared to impress her with all your knowledge about her field? Do you have interesting and intelligent questions prepared about the workplace culture and industry news? Or are you going to fake your way through it or not even bother telling her you are a health care job-seeker?

If you’re prepared, this chance encounter would be a major break and a giant step toward your dream career. If not — well, sorry to say, but there probably won’t be a next time.



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