January 3 2013 Job Search Newsletter
Thought for the week:
Unemployment is hard, for your own sake and those you love, take good care of yourself in 2013 and always.
Today’s job search website:
Looking for a nonprofit? Idealist.org provides listings for hundreds of paid and volunteer positions in the nonprofit sector.
Tip of the week: If your 2012 job search campaign didn’t work, try to do at least one new thing in 2013
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Here are the latest articles from the Job Search site at BellaOnline.com.
How to Send Interview Thank You Letters
With hundreds of applications and interviews, all candidates may start to look and sound alike. Looking for a way to stand out from the crowd? Learn how to send a proper thank-you letter.
How to Submit an Electronic Resume
The methods used to apply for jobs have changed. Most employers will now only accept electronic versions of your resume. Unfortunately, the special formatting and pretty fonts may appear different to employers on the other end. Here are tips on how to successfully submit an electronic resume.
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