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Tips for Writing College Student Resumes and Cover Letters
Think of the Purpose of Your Resume
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Reducing Job Search Stress
Stress Busters: Making The Most of Your Job Search
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How to Predict Questions Asked in a Job Interview.
To predict questions asked in a job interview, simply know what the interviewer wants to know.
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What do employers think when reading a CV?
The employment process certainly confuses you if you are a part of the majority of candidates.
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Completing a Job Application
Most employers will require you to complete an employment application, even if you have submitted a resume. Take your application as seriously as your resume.
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Resume Proofreading Tips
Try reading your resume "end to beginning." Again this changes your frame of mind.
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Ten Quick Tips to Improve Your Resume
Your resume is the first step toward your new job, and maybe even a whole new career.
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Get in Job Search Mode
Sometimes the most difficult thing about searching for a new job is getting started. Here's how to get in the job search mode and get started now!
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Telephone Interviews
Many employers conduct telephone interviews to screen candidates for basic qualifications.
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Cover Letter Writing Techniques
Your cover letter is the prospective employer's first glimpse into your professionalism and attention to detail.
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