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Networking — People Power

Job search myth number 1: Networking is asking people for a job. Wrong. Networking is asking others for advice. Asking for a job makes people feel uncomfortable. Asking for help makes people feel valued.




Tweaking Your Resume - Part 1
By Gina Watson

Tweaking your resume while applying for a variety of positions

Since a resume is a marketing tool, you need to do everything within your power to sell what you have got in the best possible way. While crafting your resume, it is not enough to just list a whole lot of credentials. It is essential to understand what the job requires of you, which are the credentials that are most relevant to the job posting, and how you should bring that forward and present it to the reader.




Frequently Asked Questions About Cover Letters

Here are brief answers to some frequently asked questions about cover letters:

1) What is the proper tone of a cover letter?




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