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Informational interviews offer a shortcut to learning what it's really like to work in a job that interests you. Learn about the benefits of informational interviews, and get tips on how to get the most out of an interview you've set up.
Before an informational interview, you'll want to know about the person and company with whom you're interviewing. In this activity, you'll dig into the kinds of information you can ask and create a list of questions you can print out to take with you.
You want to conduct an informational interview. Get tips for finding and contacting people in your field of interest. Then practice keeping track of your contacts, setting up meetings, and responding appropriately when your contact says "yes" (or "no").
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