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Interview tips: Know yourself. Before you even start the job-hunting process, take some time to put yourself under the microscope. The more self-aware you are, the more comfortable and confident you will be in job interviews. Ruiz suggests making a list of your strengths and abilities. Make another list of your achievements. Teen girls in particular may need to work on building confidence. “My experience with teenage girls, including a daughter, is that they tend to be very shy — or painfully modest — about their achievements,” says Phil Hey, director of career services at Briar Cliff University. “Nobody expects a teenage girl to have started a million-dollar company or won a world championship, but even ‘ordinary’ achievements show good performance and other career values,” Hey notes. Sarah Bigham, director of Career Services at Hood College, suggests practicing saying positive things about your skills and abilities. Know about the job you’ll be interviewing for. Maureen Crawford Hentz, who hires teens for specific jobs at the New England Aquarium, likes to test applicants’ interview preparation. “If an applicant comes in to interview for an Aquarium Guide position and tells me that she thinks she will be feeding the animals and ‘stuff,’ I know that she has not read the job description,” Hentz says.
Interview tips: Set realistic expectations about salary. Let’s face it; most teen jobs pay minimum wage. You should certainly be aware of what the current minimum wage is so you’re not surprised and so you don’t ask for less than minimum wage. If the situation seems right, you could even consider asking for more, as Trinity Hundredmark, a law student, did as a teen. “One thing I learned on my interview at a local retail store was to ask for more than I thought I was going to get,” Hundredmark recalls. “Everyone had told me that I was going to get minimum wage because of my age no matter what I did. I threw caution to the wind and decided to ask for more, telling my interviewer that the store could hire someone at minimum wage, or they could take me for a little more money, but much better work. The manager chose me, even at the higher price. Don’t underestimate your worth.”
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