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March 19, 2012

Being the New Girl: 6 Tips for Learning a Job on the Fly

If you've just started a job you have little to no experience with, there are a few things you can do to learn what you need to know ASAP. By Liana Smith-Bautista

Starting a new job in a new industry is never easy—whether you’re an experienced worker or a fresh graduate, there’s bound to be a learning curve you will need to overcome. But it doesn’t have be too steep if you know how to approach your new job the correct way. Check out the tips in the gallery below.


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(First published as "Learn to Do a New Job on Your Feet" on Female Network.)

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Liana Smith Bautista
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Liana Smith Bautista was an editor with Female Network from December 2010 until July 2012. She now works part-time as a freelance writer and editor and helps run her family's beach resort the rest of the time... Read more...
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