This is the view of Caroline Dowd-Higgins, Director of Career and Professional Development, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, who was keen to tell Huffington Post readers how they could better impress an employer.
"It's sad that we don't give ourselves credit for what we do well but spend so much time beating ourselves up for tasks and subjects we may not even like," the expert attested.
In order to change this feeling, Ms Dowd-Higgins believes that jobseekers need to take it upon themselves to find the job opportunities which will better suit their strengths.
Once a job has been secured, Hilary Jeanes, leadership coach and human resources consultant at PurpleLine Consulting, recently noted that there is "lots of evidence" to suggest that the most important workplace association for an employee is the one that they have with their boss.
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