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Breaking into the job market for young graduates can be one of the hardest challenges. Employers want experience, but you can't always get experience when you're focused on graduating from school. And young job seekers can make a lot of mistakes as they try to impress potential employers.

Career management consultant and author Barbara Moses joined us for an online discussion about what young job hunters do wrong as they try to land their first real job and what they can change that will boost their chances of getting hired. You can read the transcript in the box below.

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