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How do I cope with job interviews?

By: Leggett, Catherine.
Series: Your Autism Magazine 52 (3) Autumn 2018: 16-17.2018 Subject(s): AUTISM | JOB INTERVIEWS | ANXIETY | PREPARATIONSummary: The NAS's employment consulatant sets out some of the adjustments individuals with autism can ask for in job interviews. Also makes suggestions for managing the anxiety the thought of the interview is likely to provoke. 1. Ask for questions in advance. 2. A quiet interview room and place to wait. 3. Bring an advocate. 4. Ask for the time of day. 5. Give the interviewer information. 6. Feel your best. 7. Practice and prepare. 8. Decide on your approach to eye contact. 9. Do what works for you and plan/prepare as much as you can.
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The NAS's employment consulatant sets out some of the adjustments individuals with autism can ask for in job interviews. Also makes suggestions for managing the anxiety the thought of the interview is likely to provoke. 1. Ask for questions in advance. 2. A quiet interview room and place to wait. 3. Bring an advocate. 4. Ask for the time of day. 5. Give the interviewer information. 6. Feel your best. 7. Practice and prepare. 8. Decide on your approach to eye contact. 9. Do what works for you and plan/prepare as much as you can.

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