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You shouldn’t go into an interview feeling like an underdog. Give yourself an advantage by knowing how to win over a future employer based on your performance. For example, don’t just say you are a “problem solver,” instead explain how you solved a specific problem. Find more great tips in this article.

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Come out and join us today for the Chick.fil.A Patriots' Festival. It runs from 10am to 3pm MST. We kick off with a Flight for Life helicopter landing, have tons of live music, a kids’ zone with everything from a rock wall to jousting and so much more. Find out more info here: http://www.patriotsfestival.com/about_festival.html

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