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How to Use Excel to Track Your Job Search
Looking for a low-cost way to keep track of your job applications? Look no further than your computer. Learn how to use spreadsheet software to keep track of your applications.
How to Create a Job Leads List
Whether or not youíre looking for a job, a Job Leads List is a proactive way to have job information available right at your fingertips. Not sure where to get started? Learn how to create an easy, job source lead list.
When Should You Turn Down a Job Offer?
If you been unemployed for a while or simply looking for a new job, itís sometimes tempting to take the first job that comes along. Before you jump, decide if it is truly the job for you.
How to Share Medical Information in an Interview
Are you able to perform the job? Medical-related questions can be tricky during the interview. Share too much, you donít get the job. Donít share something important, it will come back to haunt you. Learn how to handle medical issues during an interview.
How to Successfully Interview for a Job
How do you set yourself apart from other candidates? The secret is to show how you apply your skills in the workplace. Donít just answer the question Ė learn to tell a story. Learn how to show your value.
Job Search Methods
Remember when looking for a job was as easy as reaching for the newspaper? Many companies no longer use print media to advertise their openings. There are now so many different avenues to use. Learn some of the most common methods of to use in searching for a new job.
What to Wear to a Job Fair
What is the difference between professional dress and business casual? Does it really matter what you wear to a job fair? Remember, a job fair is just an interview in disguise. Learn what you should be wearing to make a good first impression.
How to Deal With Salary on a Job Application
The salary - sometimes that's what it all comes down to. When should you start the salary discussion? How much should you ask for? Where can you find salary information? Should you enter a salary on the application? Before you price yourself out of a job, learn how to figure it all out.
What Will They Ask Your Job Reference
Have you ever wondered what questions they will ask your job reference? The time to think about references is before you actually need them. Here are just a few nuggets of information they'll be digging for.
How to Find a Job in a Weak Economy
When the economy is struggling, jobs become even more scarce. Mass mailing your resume will waste your time, but you need to be ready at any second to sell yourself. Learn what works and what doesn't.
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