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If you want to ace your job interview, you need to be prepared. In order to get in the right frame of mind, you should try doing a little reading. According to Bustle, here are the best books to read before a job interview:

1. Ovenman by Jeff Parker

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This coming of age novel is all about a boy who holds down a kitchen job while navigating the world around him.
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2. Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges by Dr. Amy Cuddy

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This book will teach you to harness your own personal power so you can ace any interview with zero regrets.
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3. Hotels of North America by Rick Moody

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Here's an entertaining, but pretty useful, introduction to the ways that technology has shaped and changed the workforce.
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4. Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay by Elena Ferrante

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A heartwarming novel, this book also has a good dose of inspiration for those looking to get a new job and advance their career.
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5. Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay

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This collection of essays touches on a variety of issues that face women today, those that pertain to the workforce and those that influence it.
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6. Stories in the Worst Way by Gary Lutz

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The short stories in this book might not have a lot to do with getting a job, but it has a cult following so it could come in handy in terms of references and things to talk about.
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7. Brave Enough by Cheryl Strayed

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Going to a big job interview takes a certain amount of bravery and this book will inspire you in the best way.
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What other books have you read that would be great to prep for an interview?

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