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    Ok so I have an interview for a recruitment consultant and I'm travelling a long way to attend and would move if I got the job.

    I've never done this type of work before. So I'm worried I will mess it up and I'm also on the autistic spectrum so that will be a challenge even though I like challenges.

    Got any tips please?

    You do want the job right? If it's only an interview and you don't have experience, unless you are very enthusiastic (and can convince that the job can be done well and taken seriously), why would you get the job? If the worries are just like social worries, then I would say to just be honest and hopefully the potential for talent will shine through

    Are you purely driven by money and able to lie and deceive at will in order to get that money and not take no for an answer? If the answer is yes, you will do very well. If the answer is no, you may wish to try something a bit more humane. I have dealt with agents over the years and they are all lying money grabbers who won't take no for an answer.

    Good luck!
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