Job search tips? I'm not looking for anything in particular so I'm thinking Monster type services are out.
I want to leave the social service type of work I am currently doing and gain some accounting/finance experience. I hold a degree in economics. I would like to work for the IRS as a tax agent. I know eventually I need to take some accounting classes but right now I do not want to go back to school. Anyway, I'm starting to get discouraged. Any pointers?
Asked By: sweetnsassy - 1/18/2008
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Right now you need to focus on exactly what type of job you're looking for so that you can tailor your resume (that you used for another job) for this new job. A Social Service resume's job goal won't work for the IRS. And add the new, completed courses if they add to your knowledge and experience. Use action... More
Answered By: Jeanne M - 1/18/2008
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No actually those services like Monster and Career builder can be more general IMO :)
Answered By: lyomiga - 1/18/2008
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