Job searching? This is why you're doing it wrong

04/17/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Your job search probably won't be successful if you're too committed to a narrow salary range or are unwilling to consider temporary positions, Lindsay Olson writes. It's also possible that you're too self-centered, and you approach interviews with a "what's in it for me," mentality. "The company wants to find the best fit for a given role to help it succeed. If you can prove that you're that person, you'll get the job," she writes.

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