Five ways to get a job



Job searching is a lot like putting an easy to assemble item together. You need all the pieces in order for the finished product to resemble the diagram. Miss a piece or a step in the directions and the anticipated outcome may not be achieved. Identifying the missing piece or pieces may not be easy, however.  This video explains more: 



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Jul 23, 2012
How to job search: putting the pieces together. Job searching is a lot like putting an easy to assemble item together. You need all the pieces if you want the finished product to resemble the diagram. Miss a piece or step in the ...
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When you are job searching and preparing for interviews, it can be helpful to secure Letters of Reference from prior employers. If possible, obtain one from each supervisor. If not, one can be a coworker, preferably in a higher .
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