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  • A Great Tip For Holiday Networking

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    If someone wants to refer you to someone else, the card suffices, because it's a bite size piece of information they looked at immediately, and easily absorbed. Let the person who is referred to you ask you for your resume, because your friend isn't going to send it. So if ...

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  • How To Avoid Unforced Errors In Your Job Search

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    Have not one but two trusted friends read your resumes and cover letters. Tell them to pay close attention to your name, phone number, address and the headings in your documents - most mistakes happen there. Almost as bad as a silly greeting is no answering machine at all. Because ...

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  • Coping With Unemployment

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    On a daily basis you check your email to see if your sixteen different job search agents returned that dream job. You send your resume to at least five positions a day. Heck, you even look in the Sunday newspaper! The media tells us that the economic recovery has begun. ...

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  • How To Get Hired By Being Obvious

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    If you want a drink of water, do you hire a focus group or pick up the Yellow Pages? No. You go to the kitchen, fill a glass and drink. You take the shortest route to fill your need. The path is obvious, right? Your job search is the same ...

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  • Are You Looking For A Job ... Or Waiting For A Job?

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    Are you looking for a job - really looking? Or are you simply waiting for employment to fall into your lap? This paper shows two ways to be more proactive - and much more effective - in your job search. The traditional employment market is just like Japanese real estate. ...

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  • Job Hunting While Employed Requires A Different Approach

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    Job seekers often ask if they should quit their job in order to devote full time to the search for new employment. The answer is a resounding no. The employed professional is almost always more attractive to a potential new employer than those who are not working. Search firms and ...

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  • 5 Job Search Tips For New Grads

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    Often, jobs at smaller and non-profit organizations are harder to find, requiring more networking on your part. However, you'll face less competition from other job hunters who are not willing to put in the effort. Follow-up is one of the most important elements of any successful job search, especially for ...

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  • Build Your Rolodex Of Networking Contacts

    White Papers // Jan 2008 // provided by Net-Temps

    An effective job campaign is well-rounded and does not rely on any one method to achieve results. Most job hunters limit their job search to looking through classified ads. That is a big mistake. Most job hunters purposely neglect networking because they feel it can be uncomfortable and believe it ...

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