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1. What to Include in an Email Cover Letter
With so many companies converting to electronic recruitment, it adds a whole new spin to the traditional cover letter. Ditch the emoticons! Learn how to prepare an email cover letter that will get you noticed – the right way!
2. How to Spot a Fake Job Ad
It sounds like the perfect job and offers a really high salary, but no real job information. Is it a job or a scam? Don’t get taken by job scams. Learn what to look for.
3. How to Respond to the Difficult Customer Question
Tell us about a difficult customer service experience and how you handled it. This question stumps many candidates. It’s not a difficult question; learn how to tell your story.
4. How to Prepare for an Interview
Why are so many failing to prepare for interviews for entry level positions? Don’t be the one that makes the interviewer wonder why you applied. Learn to prepare for the interview and be the one they choose.
5. How to Interview for an Internal Job
Applying for an internal job? Don’t assume that you’re a shoe-in for the position. Learn how to successfully apply for an internal position.
6. How a Bad Attitude Hurts the Job Search
Are you being an assertive, go-getter or pushy and rude? It’s important to realize that your attitude can affect your success. Learn how a bad attitude can be your downfall during your job search.
7. How Often Should You Update Your Resume?
Organizing your job search material? While most employers are using on-line applications, it’s always a good idea to have a master resume on hand to organize your career. Find out how often you should be updating your resume.
8. Understanding Job Market Myths
Fact or fiction? The key to a successful job search is knowing when something is the truth and when it’s a myth. Learn the truth that just may help you with your job search.
9. Questions to Ask After the Interview
Interviewing make you nervous? Not sure what to ask when the interviewer asks if you have any questions? Prepare your questions before hand to leave a lasting impression.
10. Prepare For the Job Market Before You Graduate
The job market is tight. Don't wait until your senior year before you begin career planning. The time to start is freshman year.
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