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February 18, 2008


Jackie Cameron

I so agree Peggy. I too read Lisa's post and was prompted to post on my own experiences on this.

Like so much in life it is how we behave when things don't go to plan that marks us out.



I was a little worried about reading this post, as I was late to an interview once, and I didn't get that job! There wasn't a lot I could have done about it, especially after the fact, so I apologized with a brief excuse, and moved on.

(It only happened the once, of course. At subsequent interviews I built in plenty of extra time to get lost, etc.!)


This is very true. Just give this type of stuff regularly that will help to motivate peoples. Also there are lots of jobs waiting for you at

Derek Rosenstrauch

There is alot of pessimistic views out there having to do with career change and job hunting. I personally believe that an individual needs to keep their interviewing skills high when an opportunity presents itself. I found some good information on interview questions that really takes the edge off when your time has come.

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Well, dude, if you are late for an interview, I strongly recommend to first, apologize, then, give a reason and explain yourself. Then, leave behind. Be yourself.


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