Help with job searching etiquette?
I recently graduated from college and in pursuit to begin my career. The work that is required of me involves working within a laboratory, manufacturing “health related” appliances. As far as job searching etiquette is concerned, would it be ill advices to call laboratories to see if there is a position available or would it be better if I went in with a resume on hand? Once I’ve handed my resume, how long am I to wait until someone has contacted me? For that matter, will I be contacted at all? If there are websites available for job hunting do’s and don’t please share them with me. I am very eager to get working in my chosen field. I look forward to reading your posts. Thank you.
Asked By: Yahoo Medic - 10/17/2006
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As for your specific field, I couldn't really say much... More
Answered By: omikapsi - 10/17/2006
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Showing up in person is always best, but there is nothing wrong with calling. Aggressive is good. Justin James http://www.globalstaffing.org/
Answered By: Justin J - 10/17/2006
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