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AALL Spectrum / January/February 2018 / Volume 22, Number 3

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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 | AALL SPECTRUM 27 Winning tips and advice for librarians searching or hiring for a job. BY KATHLEEN AGNO F or job hunters, nding the right job can be a matter of tim- ing, luck, skill, and faith. e same can be said for employers when nding new hires for their organization. It is all about nding the right t. For employers, the t can be shaped by the type of organization, its goals, and past experiences. For someone who is looking for a job, it is a matter of what skill set and environment works best for them now and in the future. For both, the job search is both a frustrating yet rewarding experience. (Note: For purposes of this article, an employer is anyone with a role in the employee selection process.) During the 2017 American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, there was a Discussion Den where job seekers and employers alike shared frustrations and suggestions with the hiring pro- cess. Many sought advice and answers to questions that start with "What JOB INTERVIEW GOALS PERSPECTIVES FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE TABLE

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