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Summer Jobs for Teenagers
Are you a teenager looking for a summer job? If youíre waiting until the summer, you may be too late. Learn when to apply, what types of employers are hiring and what skills you need to snag that summer job!
The Importance of a Business Card
Even if you're unemployed, you need a business card for networking. The best part is that they don't have to cost a lot.
The Web 2.0 Job Finder Ė Book Review
Fortune 500 hiring pros share the most effective use of the Internet in today's job search.
Twitter and Your Job Search
Social media will play an important role in your job search. Here is how to effectively use Twitter.
Understanding Job Market Myths
Fact or fiction? The key to a successful job search is knowing when something is the truth and when itís a myth. Learn the truth that just may help you with your job search.
What Can a Former Employer Say About You
Have you ever wondered what a former employer can or canít say about you when giving a job reference? Actually as long as itís a documented fact, they can almost say pretty much whatever they want. If youíre the job seeker or a hiring manager, you can still be in trouble. Understand the facts...
What do Interviewers want in an Interview?
You get the interview, but you donít seem to get the job offers. Why? Have you ever thought about what the hiring manager is looking for during the interview? Try looking beyond your knowledge and skills.
What is a Resume?
A resume is more than just a list of jobs. It's your personal brochure to get a job or find a career. A resume is a powerful instrument about you and the company you hope to work for. Here is the definition of a resume.
What is the Interviewer Thinking?
The interviewer is mindlessly flipping through pages. Is that a smile or a smirk? Should I ask her to repeat the question? Have you ever wondered exactly what the hiring manager was thinking during the interview? Hear the thoughts from the other side of the table.
What Not To Include In Your Cover Letter
Think of your cover letter as your 30 second elevator speech. How much information do you want to get across to the recruiter? What should you hold back? Here are five things you should keep out of your cover letter.
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