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Vol. 11, Issue 06 - February 6, 2012

Ace your next interview and get hired faster! Staff Writer, The Career News

LOS ANGELES, CA -- Did you know that when the job market was booming it took an average of 3 interviews to get 1 job offer? Now it takes 17! When you finally land the job interview of your dreams will you have what it takes to land the job offer? You must stand out during the job interview or you might as well be playing the lottery.

Most job seekers spend hours creating their resumes and cover letters, searching through job postings, reviewing classified ads and networking--all in order to land the job interview. Yet 99% of them don't have a clue what to do when they get one.

There's a little known "secret career document" you can quickly and easily customize for your next important job interview that literally forces the interviewer to picture you filling the position. This powerful technique was created by one of California's top marketing professionals. His method guarantees you'll automatically stand out from the crowd and shoot straight to the top of the "must hire" list for any position you seek. To ace your next interview and get hired faster visit: The Job Interview Secret.

Other Articles in This Issue:

Organize your job search and networking efforts

Save time, organize your job search & land a job faster

Job search lessons learned from the Oscars

Internet makes job searches much more complicated

Job search engine helps you beat the competition

Practice your interview techniques in a mock interview

First impressions: A negative attitude can hurt you

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