When you're out of work, getting a job interview is just about the best thing that can happen to you (second only to receiving an actual job offer). An interview means you're a contender—you've made it into the finals. But when your cash flow is dwindling, an interview can also pose a budgetary dilemma.
Fear not, my frugal friends. Once you start thinking like a "cheap bastid" (as we say in New England), it's easy to avoid depleting your limited funds. Here, for example, are seven ways to keep job interview costs from busting the budget:
While we're in el cheapo mode, here are some links for more information, ideas, or coupons to help you save:
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