Monthly Archives: March 2013

Forget About the Job Search: It’s the Jobs Searches

Thinking about the job search in the singular is a mistake.  Of course, you probably only want one job (Yes! Just one job will do!)  But the search itself–the job listings, the applications, the interviews–will all be in the plural. … Continue reading

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Do You Know How to Write a Quality Cover Letter? 5 Steps to Get You Started

When you’re searching for a job, you have to include a unique cover letter with each application.  This is not a generic letter describing yourself. It is not a casual note explaining that your real application materials are attached. And … Continue reading

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Shopping for Interview Clothes on a Budget? Try Used.

I’m a huge fan of used clothes. I know a lot of people find that icky and prefer the larger selection available where new clothes are sold. But for the interview, I’d urge you to consider consignment shopping, especially if … Continue reading

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