Job search tips?? Help!?
I want to find a new position - I get interviews, but then they come back with some B.S. answer about why I didn't get the job when I know I was qualified and I presented well. Also, any tips for finding jobs out of town? I need some networking help. I am desperate. I have an advanced degree with a background in sales/marketing with technical writing/compliance experience. Thanks. clueless I can tell that you really ARE because your answer made ABSOLUTELY no sense at all. I have already started a business. I do not like it, and I don't get paid enough.
Asked By: Good♥Gyrl - 6/23/2006
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Don't start with your resume -- email the President of the company, or VP of the department you are targetting with an example of an important solution you came up with an implemented in your current job -- anything that will impress them in the email, and attach your resume to that or even just send the BRIEF info and... More
Answered By: Fina D - 6/23/2006
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or be a flight attendant they travel around the world and take little reqierments mostly health wise like cpr and lots more things even tho they must go through a bootcamp that is serouly hard
Answered By: clueless - 6/23/2006
Start your own business. A job is just a way to spend your life sucking up and being an underdog. Starting your own business, you have to face reality sooner and better, and that will make you a better person. You will have lots of lean years, especially at first, but, in the end, you will be far more likely to have... More
Answered By: Dilbert - 6/23/2006
Start networking using the online job search engines. You can check various cities, states, or whatever the location may be. You can also research companies through many of them - maybe do a cold call on one of the HR departments. http://www.effective-resume-writing.com/online-job-search-engines.html
Answered By: JLMelvin - 6/23/2006
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Answered By: Joshua C - 6/23/2006
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