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Applying for Jobs
Times have changed when it comes to applying for jobs. Rarely does anyone just walk into a business anymore and ask to be hired. If they do, it's unlikely to happen. Employers not only want your resume, but many expect you to complete an application as well. This section of ilostmyjob.com gives useful, hands-on guidance with sample applications, current views on applying for jobs, and tips for how to apply.
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1 How Hanna Landed Her New Dream Job!
2 Asking For The Interview
3 2011 Job Market to Become Even More Competitive!
4 Executive & Senior-Level Job Seekers
5 Job Search Success System
6 Ivy Exec & ILostMyJob.com
7 Not a Happy Laid-Off Camper
8 Victim of Sexual Harassment?
9 My Resume Agent
10 5 Part-Time Jobs That Pay Really Well
11 5 Ways to Penetrate the "Green" Job Market
12 What Does Your Online Persona Say About You?
13 Have you done a Salary Search?
14 Ad-Posting Advice for Employers
15 So You Think You Have a Dream Job?
16 You Should Apply Anyway
17 Applying Via E-mail
 

 
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