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Beware the cold-call job interview

I am familiar with bad jobs.

My youngest brother once took a job selling encyclopedias in California. The job involved wandering through unfamiliar neighborhoods, worrying about making a daily quota, cooking communal dinners and sleeping on the floor of a shared apartment. After a few weeks of this, my brother caught a ride back to Wisconsin.

My other brother once found a job sel......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Teresa Esser 09/22/04


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