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I just found a few positions at a company I want to work for and I even know two people who work there. I was thinking of shooting the two people my resume. Is that what I should do next?
The college I work at has strict regulations and procedures to make sure “the old boy and girl network” does not interfere in the job process. So even if you know someone who would be a good fit for a
Ask Dana: What to do when you’re 25 and never had a full-time job… Plus, Is it OK to look at notes when answering interview questions?
Question 1 I am 25 and unemployed. I’m looking to head back to graduate school but would like to work during that time. I’ve never had a full time job in my entire life. Advice from Dana: My recommendation is
I’m afraid that my age (60) might be a factor in why I’m not being offered interviews, however, I plan to continue working until I’m 70. Is there a way to communicate that in the cover letter without implying that
Why can’t I get a job in the industry of my choice when I have so many years of experience? My career challenge is securing employment in my field of sports public relations. I have 15+ years of freelance experience