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When interviewing for a job, determine whether the hiring manager cares more about “hard” qualifications, such as your technical experience, or “soft” skills, such as your work ethic. How? Mention one of each in the same sentence and then note follow-up questions. For example, say, “I bring an advanced understanding of finance along with the ability to lead.” If you’re asked to elaborate on your leadership, look for chances to weave in your other management strengths.
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