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The Most Important Piece Of Paper In Your Job Search
by Jan Maxwell.What's the most important piece of paper in your job search? If you said it's your resume or your cover letter, you'd be wrong. It's your job application.Over 90% of companies run some type of background check on job applicants today. To get the deta...
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Five Tips For A Successful Job Search
by Heather Eagar.Everyone who is on a job search has different preferences - however, for practical reasons, your job search can't be longer than what is reasonable. Unfortunately, many job seekers aren't aware of the intricacies involved in the recruitment process o...
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5 Steps to a Successful Job Search
by Andi Wize.Starting a job search can be an overwhelming and stress-provoking experience for some people. But it doesn't have to be for you… Not if you approach it in the right way. You CAN have a successful job search, using the tips and advice you will f...
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Job Search Methods
by Hans Glint.Personal contacts. Eighty percent of available jobs are never advertised, and over half of all employees get their jobs through networking, according to BH Careers International. Therefore, the people you know-friends, family, neighbors, acquaintance...
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5 Job Searching Secrets
by Nell Taliercio.A man once said, "Everyone hates their job. That's the way it is. That's why they call it work." Wow, what a way to go through life! That attitude may be true for some people, but it certainly doesn't have to.If you decide that you are passionate abo...
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Stuck In A Job Search Rut?
by Heather Eagar.It happens. You get all pumped up to look for a new job, get your resume and cover letter all spruced up and then...nothing. How do you put the excitement back in your job search?Remember Why You're Job HuntingIt's easy to forget why you felt it was ...
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Telecommuters: Keep Track Of Your Job Searches
by Nell Taliercio.Chances are your job search will entail much more than applying for just a couple different jobs. It will be vitally important that you have a tracking system in place. Don't rely on memory; you'll need to keep track of which jobs you applied for; if...

Job Search Turned TOXIC?
by Paul Megan.Let's see if you're ready for an alternative job campaign.Have you ever had this experience? . . . You go through a series of job search bad news events. They just seem to pile up, don't they? The French say there are never two without three. It's...
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Employment And Local Job Search Guide.
by Steven J. Acren.Do you feel unhappy with your current employer? Don't worry; this is not a new concept. There are scores of individuals across the country that harbor a dissatisfaction with regards to their current job position. Thus a particular question arises. Wh...
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The New 21st Century Job Search Rules
by Paul Megan.First of all, let's talk about what the 21st Century job search rules are all about. An easy way to understand them is to compare them with the old-fashioned traditional approach. That's where you write a resume, mail or email it to a bunch of empl...
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Better Job Search Engines
by John Pawlett.Job search engines use state-of-the-art technology to assist people in their job quest. Here you could enter all the relevant information to reduce the lists of sought after jobs to get more accurate results.Because new jobs are being added daily or...
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How to Do a Job Search Online
by Ron Dutta.Gone were the days when you have to go from one office to another, or climb seemingly endless stairs in a corporate building hoping to get a job. With the advent of Internet technology, searching for jobs has become an easy, comfortable task. If you ...
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Are You A Job Search Procrastinator?
by Heather Eagar.You've been in a dead-end job for months, or even years now, yet you can't seem to gather up the courage to look for a new job. Or your company announced there will be a series of layoffs coming this year and you don't know if you're going to be affe...
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10 Tips For A Successful Job Search
by John Pawlett.Create a support system for yourself emotionally and for your job search. Identify allies that you can count on. Know some will have strengths in one area, but weaknesses in another. Recognize different people will play different roles in your job se...
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Executive Job Search
by Mario Churchill.The first job the individual lands after graduation could lead to better opportunities in the future. If after how many years the employee sees no growth in the company, perhaps it is time to do an executive job search before leaving the current posi...
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Creating An Impact In The Executive Job Search Market
by Steven French.The majority of executive job seekers prefer to undertake their campaigns as efficiently as possible: find a prospective employee, prepare and send a resume, wait for a response. Many, however, lose time and opportunities needlessly or, worse, settle...
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Job Searching
by Nawaz.If you are caught at a career job that you don't like, you can locate a profession you like with little strive & planning. While searching for a job you actually crave, one of the vital things you can do is to engage in a viral campaign (word of mout...
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How To Avoid Job Search Pitfalls
by John Edmond.To find something, you have to start by looking, and that process can be applied to landing yourself some employment. Many people make the mistake of thinking that they can't get a job, but the truth is, these people don't actively go looking for on...
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The Secrets Of The Online Job Search
by John Edmond.We truly live in an age of wonders. Culture-grown organs, soft dinosaur tissue and, perhaps most visibly, the internet, are among those great wonders. Though organs and dinosaur blood vessels may never impact the average job seeker's life, the intern...
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Over 50 And Job Searching - Cultivating Your Upper Hand
by Heather Eagar.No one really knows when youth ends officially. But if you are over 50 and looking for a job, you probably feel that the rules have all changed. These are the times of downsizing, 'right-sizing' (whatever that means) and cost-cutting. If you have eve...
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Job Search, Plan Yours!
by Nawaz.Job Seekers looking for a right career are indeed a full scale onslaught. So like a war having objectives but with no clear job searching plan, their endeavours are nothing more than a futile attempt.Today pattern for job searching have changed if co...
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Job Search - the Next Generation
by Magdalena Swierczek.Jobrapido brings the next generation of online recruiting to Europe: Job search rather than Job posting.The number of companies and recruiting agencies that post vacancies on their own websites increases rapidly, Jobrapido job seekers with a unique ...
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A Dozen Tips for Staying Motivated in your Job Search
by Dr. Sander I. Marcus.1. Recognize your motivational enemies in a job search. They are: constant rejection, constant failure, and lack of control. Don't let them make you inactive and lacking in confidence.2. Look forward, not backward: Every minute you spend thinking abo...
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Job Search Myth #2 . . . All The Good Jobs Are Advertised Jobs!
by PAUL BOWLEY.I hate to pop your job search bubble about advertised jobs. However, it's a total fiction that all the good jobs are the advertised ones.Here's the absolute latest statistic. 71% of all jobs are NOT advertised jobs.Ok. So, what happens if you resp...
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Job Search Myth: More Hires By Internet Postings
by PAUL BOWLEY.Hey. Let's face it. Internet postings are fast, easy and free. They're massively popular. If you don't believe me take a look at Monster.com or HotJobs.com.With all the activity on these sites, with thousands of companies worldwide on the lookout...
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