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Landing this job

zktzkt Registered User regular
edited July 2010 in Help / Advice Forum
Wednesday I replied to a Craigslist ad for an IT support tech. Friday I got an email from HR to schedule a 10-15 min phone conversation. Since my previous phone interviews with HR people have been about 2 minutes Im assuming they're going to ask me some technical questions, which I am confident I should have no trouble with. What I am slightly cautious about is I don't have any professional experience, but through friends of friends and family help people with their PCs, like Im sure many people on this board may do. I know I can do all of the things they want in the job description, but how can I set myself apart from other people they may be interviewing who may have professional experience? Could the fact they asked for either 3 years work experience OR a 4 year technical degree + 1 year experience mean they are looking for someone relatively new to the field?

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