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Unformatted text preview: Importance of References in the Interview Process: There are several factors that must be taken in to account when considering your references. It cannot be a last minute type of thing; it has to be well thought out in order to be successful. Below are a few of the biggest things that are needed to know about using references appropriately. Professional references in your specialty area, are always preferred with a former supervisor being the best selection. Recent college graduates should consider these individuals as potential references: extracurricular advisors, college administrators, and professors (preferably in your academic major). Do not use relatives or your best friend as references. Employers want information on how you perform in the workplace. Use references that are willing to take the time to help you. If an employer cant reach Use references that are willing to take the time to help you....
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