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A cover letter is a quick description as to why this resume is better for a particular job position than all the other resumes, so having specific job position details in it is very important. Write a cover letter specific to each job application by using these tips from a career adviser in this free video on job guidance. Expert: Pat Goodwin Contact: www.PatGoodwinAssociates**** Bio: Pat Goodwin is a certified personnel consultant and a career transition consultant who has worked with hundreds of individuals over the past 20 years. Filmmaker: Todd Green
25 Sep 2011
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Local Employers share their advice on what they look for in a good cover letter on a resume.
25 Sep 2011
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*******www.PowerfulJobSearchTips**** - Cover Letter For Resume - Discover how to use your cover letter to create a frenzy of employers desiring to hire you as soon as possible.
25 Sep 2011
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A California student's cover letter looking for an internship was deemed one of the best by a Wall Street firm -- and has now drawn national attention. CBS 13's Neda Iranpour reports.
18 Jan 2013
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READ! *******thehermitwithdavisfleetwood**** theme song by Twenty Four Thousand Dollars see *******www.myspace****/twentyfourthousanddollars - tell them Davis sent you. Watch Loose Change: *******www.loosechange911****/ Video responses (as long as they are on the general topic) will not be censored. Go ahead and talk back at me. PARTICIPATE IN THE INTERNATIONAL CALL IN SICK CAMPAIGN *******www.youtube****/watch?v=ZpWosT... *******www.NOCUREFORTHAT.COM is the sister site to The Hermit w/ Davis Fleetwood. you've got words. images. projects. songs. a soapbox to stand on, or a niche to tickle. you are creating in mediums not yet created. you are a NCFT contributor. you will create a unique on-line community. CONTENT in NCFT will form a very loose "dialogue" with THE HERMIT WITH DAVIS FLEETWOOD. While you should not feel compelled in any way to respond to what he is doing on his show, he may very well respond to you. I know you know what I'm saying. COVER LETTERS No need. PASTE Your entire document into the e-mail message. We can't open attachments from you until we trust you. And we just don't trust you yet. SUBMITTING multiple things each month is fine. Just submit one piece per email. FORMATTING. KISS is not just a group of grown men in heels and clown make up preaching Satan worship, it is also an acronym that applies to how we would like you to format your pieces: KEEP IT SIMPLE SALLY. CURLY QUOTES / SMART APOSTROPHES / CLEVER SYMBOLS 
Please ensure that the pasted-into-e-mail version of your submission does not contain "curly quotes" or "smart quotes" or any other kind of allegedly intelligent punctuation. In our email, it may very well look like this: "I'get up get get get down't nine one one is 's copy of 'a joke's in your town, ' " O' nine one one is a joke. YOUR NAME Should be on your submission. Put your name and phone number under the title of your piece. Absolutely all submissions must look like this: I'M BRILLIANT [story title] By [author's name] (555) 555-5555 [phone number] myemailyahoo**** [e-mail address] The e-mail address listed should be the one you would like to appear linked to your byline should we choose to publish your submission. If you do not want your e-mail address linked to your byline, please tell us so. YOUR SUBJECT LINE should indicate what section you are submitting for. AUTHOR BIOS may be sent as well, but are not required. PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED WORK - we will consider publishing, but you must let us know if/ when/ where the piece was previously published.
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16 Jul 2008
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*******www***jobapplicationforms**** CV writing is a skill that you absolutely must master if you want to get a great job. However, not many people know how to write a good CV. Of course, you can pay someone else to write your resume for you, but that is not always a good idea. Resume writers know how to create a professional CV, but they don't know you and usually aren't writing a document which is targeted to fit a specific job. So it pays to learn how to write your own. It's actually not as difficult as you might think and once you know the basics, you can create a laser targeted CV in no time at all. Start out by getting all of the relevant information in one place In fact, try to make a note of all your employment and student activities as you go. This will save you a lot of time when it comes to updating your resume. Keep a file on your computer with dates, addresses and contact details of potential referees. Make sure you have all your physical documentation in one place too - degrees, professional qualifications, and any certificates you obtained from short courses. The next stage is to go through the job description and person specification in detail and highlight all the qualities, skills and experience you need for the job. Then make sure this is reflected in your CV and cover letter Once you have assembled all of your information, you are ready to move on to the next stage, in part 2. Want to discover the right way to write your CV or resume? Go to *******www***olercareers****/how-to-cv-writing.html to download your free e-book. CV writing is a skill that you absolutely must master if you want to get a great job. However, not many people know how to write a good CV. Of course, you can pay someone else to write your resume for you, but that is not always a good idea. Resume writers know how to create a professional CV, but they don't know you and usually aren't writing a document which is targeted to fit a specific job. So it pays to learn how to write your own. It's actually not as difficult as you might think and once you know the basics, you can create a laser targeted CV in no time at all. Start out by getting all of the relevant information in one place In fact, try to make a note of all your employment and student activities as you go. This will save you a lot of time when it comes to updating your resume. Keep a file on your computer with dates, addresses and contact details of potential referees. Make sure you have all your physical documentation in one place too - degrees, professional qualifications, and any certificates you obtained from short courses. The next stage is to go through the job description and person specification in detail and highlight all the qualities, skills and experience you need for the job. Then make sure this is reflected in your CV and cover letter Once you have assembled all of your information, you are ready to move on to the next stage, in part 2. Want to discover the right way to write your CV or resume? Go to *******www***olercareers****/how-to-cv-writing.html to download your free e-book.
17 Sep 2008
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This is the first video in our employment assistance series. This presentation aims to inform Filipino applicants about some of the many benefits of working in a call center. To keep posted with our updates, please subscribe. We will continually produce these video articles to continually assist applicants who wish to work in call centers. You may also find these presentations in blog format through the articles segment of our website. Get more out of life, work in a call center today! Log on to: www.ContactCenterAccess**** to start your call center career. Good Luck! Other Tags: www.ContactCenterAccess**** BPO Call Center Philippines Call Center Jobs Call Center Agent Employment Job Vacancies Job Fair 2009 Sample Resume Trabaho Recruitment Agency Manpower BPO in and Interview Job vacancies Job Vacancy Job Online Jobs Philippines Entry jobs online Job Fairs 2009 Job Fairs in PRC PRC Board Sample Resumes Samples Resumes Sample of Resumes Resume Samples Resume Example Cover Letter Resume Template Job Vacancy 2009
19 Jan 2010
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Does this sound like anyone you know? o Not inspired to get out of bed and go to work o Not enjoying the career progression and satisfaction that you'd hoped for o Feel that you have more to offer, but not being asked o Feel stressed and maybe even burnt out o Bored and frustrated o Feel underpaid and unappreciated If this does sound like someone you know, then I have a question for you: How differently do you think that person would feel, if they had the skills and knowledge to change their situation? If they could improve their current job, or find a better job, do you think that they'd do it? It is widely believed that the majority of the working population aren't happy in their job. Whether that job is white collar, blue collar, the CEO, or the janitor, people have many and varied reasons for not enjoying their job, but the end result is the same -- they're not happy and they want to change their situation Some of the typical reasons why people aren't happy in their job are:  Long hours  Unrealistic expectations  Constant pressure  Corrosive relationships  Feeling unappreciated and underpaid  Don't like their boss  Health hazards  Too much travel  Don't like the work Any one of these reasons can lead to a decrease in motivation, inspiration, self-esteem and self-confidence, as well an increase in stress, frustration, animosity and poor performance Many people feel completely lost when they suffer these feelings at work. They might continue to put up with being unhappy, because they don't know how to go about improving their situation There are 2 main avenues of attack to consider when you feel like this: 1. You look for ways to improve the job that you're in; or 2. You look for a new job As I stated earlier, these negative feelings can be suffered by the highest and lowest positions in companies. For example, you might be a junior worker in a manufacturing company, where your concerns are centred on workplace safety, being bossed around, and not enjoying the repetitive job content. On the other hand, you might be a senior manager in the company, who is feeling stressed about managing difficult staff, meeting unrealistic demands from head office, and the fear of being overlooked for a promotion As I asked earlier, how differently do you think that person would feel, if they had the skills and knowledge to change their situation? What if they had information like this at their fingertips, to refer to anytime, and be able to use it consistently throughout their life?  The 10 P's of choosing the right job  Self marketing -- how to keep yourself in the spotlight  How to prepare a resume that gets the results that you want  How to prepare a cover letter that works  The interview survival guide  How to be a better public speaker  How to handle counter offers  How to be a better time manager  How to induct a new employee  How to give and receive feedback  How to remain successful  How to look for a new job  How to choose the right career  How to hire the right staff?  How to manage your own performance and what to expect in your performance review? You'll find this information in the Career Management Toolkit™, which was created to provide you with valuable tools that you can constantly refer to throughout your life. Here are a few scenarios where you'll find the Career Management Toolkit™ invaluable:  You are an employee who is seeking to improve your situation and prospects in your current company;  You are an employee who is seeking a new job;  You are an employer who wants to improve the quality of people that you hire and be able to retain those people in your company  You simply want to improve your own career management skills and those of the people that you care about;  You are unemployed and seeking a new job You deserve to be happy at work. You spend a great majority of your life at work, so it's crucial to have a job that makes you happy, makes you feel good about yourself, makes a positive contribution to those around you, and benefits society as a whole. Don't settle for anything less. Be your best and love your life Brian Moore is the founder and creator of the Career Management Toolkit™. He has specialised in career management and recruitment since the early 1990's, and provided career advice to thousands of people around the world. To learn more about the Career Management Toolkit™, please visit www.careermanagementtoolkit****
20 Apr 2010
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Little commercial of Grafton recruitment. Founded in 1982, Grafton Recruitment has established itself as a world class provider of recruitment solutions. We offer full recruitment services: permanent staffing, temporary staffing, part-time jobs and also international recruitment -- jobs abroad, especially in the UK and Ireland. We focus on job offers in the following branches: Sales, Marketing, Office, Finance, Banking, IT, Engineering, Industrial, Pharmaceutical, Catering and Hospitality, etc. We also help you to write your CV, cover letter and how to prepare for the interview.
5 Jul 2011
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The clip new intern Part 2 from La tourneuse de pages (2006) Ours has an excellent reputation. Had you heard of us before applying? Of course. I'm the one who processed the applications. Your cover letter clinched it. Plus your excellent high school diploma. It went well. Do you know what you want to do later on? Not yet, but this internship means a lot to me.
29 Nov 2011
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What to do if you are unemployed or searching for a new job opportunity? Posted by Seth David on August 13, 2009 1. Make looking for a job your job. Search classifieds on Craigslist and others and respond to the ads. Make sure you write something specific in your cover letter to each individual job post. Make sure you follow the instructions for responding to that ad to a T. Follow up on responses, but dont act desperate. Remember people want what they cant have balance this and make it seem (act) like you are in demand and trying to decide on the best opportunity for YOU. Step 2 here is going to become the reason why you do not necessarily NEED the job. 2. Start your own business. Offer your services on the internet. Post ads on Craigslist, OLX, and e-mail me for others these are free. If you cannot afford a website go to *******www.wordpress**** and set up a free blog. You can even spend $10 on a Domain name at *******www.godaddy**** and point that domain name to your blog (its called domain forwarding). Get 1 client. Your first client will be your beginning at a new career and a new way of life literally. That client will lead to more clients. It will also build your confidence, which will make it that much easier to get new clients. People can hear the confidence in your voice when they speak with you. They can also hear any lack of confidence so get excited about what you are doing and the confidence will come out naturally. Read my article on Passion at *******www.sethdavid****. Tell all of your friends and family, neighbors, and everyone you can about your new business venture. This will also help to get you excited about it. Get free business cards at Vista Print, or spend a few dollars if you can afford and either way custom design some nice ones. You can easily do this with MS Publisher, or MS Word. They even have templates you can use that make it easy. Hand them out to everyone you see!
30 Jul 2012
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Going to a career fair? Arrive early so you can meet with recruiters when they are fresh and excited to meet potential hires. Be the first to make a lasting impression. Share your interview tips, resume tips, or cover letter tips in a comment on this video, or on Twitter with the hashtag: #LetsGetToWork Brought to you by the University of Phoenix (UOPX). To learn more, visit University of Phoenix Career Services: *******uof.ph/2nh
2 Nov 2013
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