So, I am extremely busy with a lot of things but I have decided to switch my current job for several reasons. Mainly, personal happiness and of course a salary increase. I had an interview with a firm yesterday where I was told up front that their biggest concern is my age (I am 19 but have been in account managing for a year and a bit). I have always been in the "corporate" environment and I really enjoy what I do and I am good at what I do. The manager had told me that he sees a lot of drive and persistence in me but the main key is having someone who is so young gain the respect of clients and their peers. I am confident in my ability to get the job done, however I will admit that I look younger. Tomorrow I am going into my second interview and this time I am meeting with the team. The manager had said he had a high expectation of me before I came in and that he was very surprised of how I handled myself in the interview and although my age is a factor he sees a lot more potential than my age should hold me down for. My question right now is how do I get around this? I am extremely professional and I carry myself as though I am just like one of them. I exude confidence when I'm around them as I know this is the type of environment I will be in. What else is there that I can really do? And how do I handle these age-related questions? They have already understood that though I am young I have great work experience but how do I make it not an issue?