How -- and when -- to address difficult subjects in a job interview

04/11/2010 | Forbes

Job seekers should tackle sensitive issues head-on in a job interview rather than wait to be asked about them, Jerome Young writes. "[T]ake the initiative in addressing some of your hard-to-answer questions in a positive way. As you tell the story of your résumé you can seamlessly include explanations of potentially difficult matters, preemptively cutting off inquiries," Young writes.

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