ROY -- In today's tough job market, applicants are unqualified until they prove otherwise."It's the opposite of the court system, where you are innocent until proven guilty," said Pat Wheeler, Goddard School of Business Career Center coordinator. "When you apply for jobs, you have to prove yourself."Wheeler spoke recently to community members gathered at WSU's West Center in Roy. Her topic, "Becoming the Candidate of Choice in Today's Job Market," drew in people interested in getting first jobs, changing careers, or advancing in their fields.