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How having a plan can help you land the job

If you go into an interview with a solid plan of what you can achieve within your first Google+ (2)30, 60 and 90 days on the job, you're much more likely to get hired, writes Peggy McKee. Such a plan removes a lot of the risk associated with hiring a new employee. "When it comes to hiring, bosses never want a coin toss -- they want a clear winner," writes McKee.

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