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How To Be A Promo Girl for your Favourite Brand

20th September 2011
Many women would like to discover how to be a promo girl due to the fact that it is a well paid and fun filled job. They are employed by promotional or marketing companies to work on behalf of businesses who have products to promote. Often these businesse... Read >
Author: Paul McCray

Nine Critical Elements of an Excellent Cover Letter

12th April 2011
The cover letter accompanying your resume is often your first opportunity to let your individuality shine through while clearly communicating to the hiring manager in a truly personal way why you are the ideal candidate to fulfill the company's needs. Unf... Read >
Author: Michelle Dumas

Secret Aggressive Pharma Follow Up Techniques That Get Results

29th March 2011
Following up with potential employer via phone, e mail and handwritten correspondence snail mail in order to secure the pharmaceutical rep career immediately after your face to face job employment interview is often what puts most people over the top in t... Read >
Author: Michael Thomas

Get A Help Desk Job By Writing An Effective Cover Letter

06th March 2011
In the first few sentences you need to explain where you found the job marketed with the job posting date. A cover letter should always be humble, short, up to the point, polite, proficient etc. Always try to write new sentences as it prevents the employe... Read >
Author: Tricia Bruce

The Importance Of A Cruise Job Cover Letter

01st February 2011
The cover letter is one of the first impressions you can make to a potential employer when applying for cruise ship jobs. If you don't send a covering letter then you are giving off the thought that you are lazy, which as you can imagine, is not the best ... Read >
Author: Neil Maxwell Keys

I actually Need A Job Immediately

13th October 2010
Have you been needing work? Have you reached the point where you are reasoning, 'I Need a Job Immediately'? Discover how to get a career inside a day. The joblessness level inside the Us has soared to above 9%. And it is believed that the pace will app... Read >
Author: Fernando Rivera

Advantages of Video Resumes

23rd December 2009
No longer are the days when jobseekers used to prepare their resumes in an outmoded style of displaying their capabilities, personnel and experience on the paper. World has changed now and new trend of video resumes has been all rage these and its popular... Read >
Author: applyandgo

Job Acceptance Letters

21st September 2009
Using a job acceptance letter when offered a position shows true professionalism. It is a way of saying "thank you" to the person who hired you, and giving them assurance that they made the right decision. You have presented yourself to them as a professi... Read >
Author: Isiah Bond

PROBLEM-SOLUTION-RESULTS (PSR)

01st February 2009
Answering these questions will give you a better idea of what is meant by results. If you combine results with information about the problem and the solution you are on your way to creating a winning resume. 1. I organized... 2. I created... 3. I est... Read >
Author: Robert Patterson Sr.

Cover Letter Advice And Cover Letter Examples

20th August 2008
The majority of employers require potential employees to submit a resume in order to sum up their educational and work background all on a piece of paper. Some also require a cover letter. Even if they don't, it can be very beneficial to also include ... Read >
Author: Catherine Jones

Why Does a Hiring Decision Take So Long?

12th February 2006
We've all been there. You submit your application for a job you would be perfect for, but don't hear from the company for three weeks. They call to invite you to an in-person interview, but the earliest they can see you is another two weeks away! You thin... Read >
Author: Melanie Szlucha

Discussing Your Strengths and Weaknesses With An Employer

12th February 2006
In the last installment of the description of the TODAY Acronym to prepare for job interviews, we'll focus on the last letter—Y which stands for Your Strengths and Weaknesses. The previous letters were: T-Teamwork; O-Overcoming Obstacles; D-Duties o... Read >
Author: Melanie Szlucha
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