One key difference between a journalistic interview and a job interview is that the former typically attempts to uncover what happened in the past, while the latter should indicate what will happen in the future.
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Before you test to get a job, ask what tests you’ll be taking. Consider what might be the best order for you, and ask whether you can take these standardized job tests in the order you prefer.
The most difficult career decision you might face can come when you must choose between competing offers. Unfortunately, this is most likely to happen early in a career, when you’re less experienced and have thrown out a lot of lines, trying to catch that internship or first job.
Dozens of journalism job fairs and college career days have revealed a few of the strategies that make some job candidates stand out from all the rest. Put these to work to have your best possible showing.