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shared by MissEmily Griffith on 08 Sep 11 - Cached
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      get a fukin life
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      get a life too
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Creative Job Search: Employment Applications - 4 views

  • Use N/A, "not applicable," if the section does not apply to you. This shows the employer that you made an honest effort to fill out the entire application; you didn't overlook anything.
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      38. If the section does not apply to you, what should you write?
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      N/A
  • Read the entire application before you complete it
MissEmily Griffith

Success with Cover Letters is All About Specifics - 2 views

  • The worst-case scenario is that your letter will begin "Dear Hiring Manager for [name of position]:"
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      76.In the worst case scenario, how would you begin your cover letter?
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      Dear Hiring Manager
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      Dear Hiring Manager for (specific job title)
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Special Cover-Letter Formats Can Grab Employers' Attention - 3 views

  • Word bullets. Word bullets (which can be used with regular bullets), also break up the text and are excellent for spotlighting words or phrases from the ad or job posting you're responding to.
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      71 What can be used in a cover letter to break up the text and for spotlighting words or phrases from the ad or job posting.
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      WORDBULLITS
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Your Job Skills Portfolio: Gaining an Edge in Job-Hunting - 2 views

  • So, what types of things go in a portfolio?
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      27. Look at the numbered list below. What is #7 on the list of things that should go into a portfolio?
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      samples of your work
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Job-Seeker's Glossary of Key Marketing Terms - 3 views

  • the one thing that makes a product different than any other. It's the one reason marketers think consumers will buy the product even though it may seem no different from many others just like it.
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      34,. What do we call the one thing that makes a product different from any other?
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      Unique Selling Proposition (USP)
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http://www.positivelyminnesota.com/JobSeekers/Find_a_Job/Job_Search_Process/Direct_Empl... - 0 views

  • goal of a job search campaign is to meet face-to-face with employers during an interview.
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      6.A goal of a job search campaign is to meet _____ to _____
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      face to face
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      face to face
  • goal of a job search campaign is to meet face-to-face with employers during an interview.
  • goal of a job search campaign is to meet face-to-face with employers during an interview.
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  • goal of a job search campaign is to meet face-to-face with employers during an interview.
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Fundamentals of a Good Chronological Resume - 1 views

  • Here are the key components of a standard chronological resume:

      Identification

      It is essential that a potential employer can reach you.

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      23. What is the first key component of a Chronological resume?
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Career and Job Fair Do's and Don'ts for Job-Seekers - 3 views

  • Do prepare a one-minute “commercial” that focuses on the unique benefits you can offer the employer - your unique selling proposition.
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      23. What should you prepare for each employer?
  • Do prepare a one-minute �commercial� that focuses on the unique benefits you can offer the employer - your unique selling proposition. And do be prepared for common interview questions
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      23. What should you prepare for each employer?
    • emily griffith
       
      23. What should you prepare for each employer?
  • Do prepare a one-minute “commercial” that focuses on the unique benefits you can offer the employer
    • emily griffith
       
      23. What should you prepare for each employer?
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  • prepare a one-minute “commercial” that focuses on the unique benefits you can offer the employer - your unique selling proposition. And do be prepared for common interview questions
    • emily griffith
       
      23. What should you prepare for each employer?
  • Do prepare a one-minute �commercial� that focuses on the unique benefits you can offer the employer - your unique selling proposition
    • emily griffith
       
      23. What should you prepare for each employer?
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What You Can Do About a Jerk Boss | Monster - 0 views

  • Jerk Boss Scenario 1: The boss lets small problems slide, but then comes down like a ton of bricks when one of those small problems gets out of control and causes real damage and cost.

    What You Can Do: Constantly search for small problems to solve and small improvements to make.
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      94. What should you do if your boss lets small problems slide?
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Which Jobs Pay New Hires Best? | Monster - 0 views

  • Most college grads enter the workforce with thousands of dollars in student-loan debt -- the College Board cites an average of close to $20,000 for bachelor's degree recipients. And then come the lean years: at the beginning of a career, many people expect to live on the cheap as they build a resume, develop relationships with clients or continue to hone their skills
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Flowers Delivered - Send Flowers Online, ProFlowers Flower Delivery - 0 views

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  • ONLY ONE PROMOTIONAL OFFER PER ORDER. - PROMOTIONAL OFFERS CANNOT BE COMBINED.
    Discount does not apply to gift cards or certificates, same-day or international delivery, shipping and handling, taxes,
    or third-party hosted products (e.g. wine, wedding flowers). Discount will appear upon checkout and cannot be combined
    with other offers or discounts. Product must be a floral bouquet to receive the free glass vase discount.
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Action Verbs to Describe Skills, Jobs, and Accomplishments in Employment Documents: Cat... - 4 views

  • Negotiated price reductions of up to 30% with key suppliers
  • Negotiated price reductions of up to 30% with key suppliers
  • Negotiated price reductions of up to 30% with key suppliers
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  • Negotiated price reductions of up to 30% with key suppliers
  • Negotiated price reductions of up to 30% with key suppliers
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    Interview Answers: Six Answers to Help You Get Hired | Monster - 2 views

    • Do You Have the Skills to Do the Job?

      According to Karsh, the employer must first determine whether you have the necessary hard skills for the position, e.g., the programming knowledge for a database administration job or the writing chops to be a newspaper reporter. "By really probing into what the candidate has done in the past, an interviewer can tap into hard skills."

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        94. What is the first key question that employers need to ask to assess your ability to do the job?
    • The reality is that employers have neither the time nor inclination to play games with you, especially when hiring. Your interviewer is not trying to outguess you -- he's trying to assess your answers to six key questions:

      Do You Have the Skills to Do the Job?

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        Do you possess the skills for the job?
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    Closing the Job Interview - 2 views

    • Find out how to contact the interviewer. If you don't hear back, you will need to know whom to contact and whether the employer will accept calls to check the status.
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        100. What is the 5th thing you should remember to do when leaving an interview?
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    Common Interview Questions- and the Answers You Need for Uncommonly Good Results - 2 views

    • Whenever you can throughout the interview, give specific examples or proof of your claims.
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        93. In an interview, what should you give as proof of your claims?
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        Give specific examples or proof.
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    • Ask Questions

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        50. What is the first thing you should do to adjust to your new job?
      • MissEmily Griffith
         
        Ask questions.
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    Interview appearance and attire | Career Services | Virginia Tech - 1 views

    • Your attire should be noticed as being appropriate and well-fitting, but it should not take center stage.
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        48. What should your attire not do?
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        Your attire should be noticed as being appropriate and well-fitting, but it should not take center stage.
    • Your attire should be noticed as being appropriate and well-fitting, but it should not take center stage.
    MissEmily Griffith

    Are You Up To Snuff When It Comes To Soft Skills? - 1 views

    • Now, however, a flurry of studies are telling us it's the soft skills -- behaviors and traits such as self-awareness, adaptability, critical thinking, problem solving, leadership, teamwork, communicating, likeability, risk taking, and time management -- that determine the bottom line and will make or break an employee's career
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        17. What type of skills are behaviors and traits such as adaptability, critical thinking and teamwork?
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        Soft Skills
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    Resume and Cover Letter Guide - 3 views

    • resume is a marketing tool used to promote ourselves to potential employers for the purpose of obtaining an interview.
    • In order to keep process and product in perspective, it may be helpful to know that a resume is a marketing tool used to promote ourselves to potential employers for the purpose of obtaining an interview.
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        61. What is a resume used to obtain?
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