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Shirley Said:Job finding help? pLeAsE?
We Answered:Check your local newspapers, both the big one for your city or area and any neighborhood papers.
Apply at hospitals, churches, offices of any businesses in your area, the management office at your shopping mall, your school board office, any local colleges and so on.
Look in your local Yellow Pages for employment agencies. Some of these only place people in temporary jobs, some do only permanent placements, and some do both. Register with as many as you can, since you never know which one will have the right job for you.
Joel Said:Tell Me About John Casablancas. This is more for People about to start.?
We Answered:I think *you* need to get a life and quit soliciting online.
Margaret Said:Is it time for me to give up? I'm 18?
We Answered:You have to move on . We can't always get what we want . It may be a blessing in disguise when a better opportunity becomes available .
Eva Said:Would a hiring professional or employer take a look at my cover letter please?
We Answered:The purpose of the covering letter is to IMMEDIATELY elevate you as a potential and to make the recruiter more interested to go thru your resume / profile. Hence, your covering letter will not be more than 5-6 lines. It is upto you to make him rush to your resume within these lines. The more time he stays in covering, he loses interest in your duplicating resume.
>Include any job code / ad ref. / position you are applying for.
>Include if anyone is referring you (full name, position, department, empid)
>Education / Experience
>Most importantly it will highlight one or two of your major skills / a similar project / technology / position that matches the job opening.
>you can provide links / references to your works if they are relevant to job opening.