Subject: Tips for how to find a job, write resumes, and add job skill
Wed Mar 24, 2010 5:29 am
I know this is off subject to credit, but I think it is really relevant I recently wrote an article on another site about how to job hunt, write resumes, and add work skills.
I think it is important with the way the economy is these days, people out of work, trying to find employment. I have some insight on this matter. I have worked 30 different jobs, and learned a lot over the years on proper job hunting skills.
I won't link the article, but if you look in my signature it is under the one listed as Credit Reporting Information.
With the economy these days, it is said that getting jobs won't be that easy this year too. According to a survey the college graduates are said to have 40% less jobs. In addition according to Michigan State University jobs for new graduates will drop by 1% next year. It seems that we are going to have a tough time ahead _________________ Keep in touch
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