Direct, on the job experience, involvement, or training.

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  • The college senior was surprised and overwhelmed to find out that her internship at the law firm was more hands-on than she had realized.

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  • You should try to have a hands-on approach with your staff to show them that you know how to handle the jobs you talk about.

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  • After spending more than a decade in strategy consulting and finance, Tom had extensive hands-on experience with crunching numbers in spreadsheets.

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