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Vol. 11, Issue 15 - April 9, 2012

Make sure they remember you! Staff Writer, The Career News

LOS ANGELES, CA -- Are job seeker business cards really necessary in this information age? You better believe they are! There is simply no substitute for getting out there and networking during your job search. Handing out your business card is a great way to keep them remembering you.

The Career News highly recommends creating your own business cards for networking - for free. VistaPrint has many templates from which you can choose - from wild and colorful to simple and sophisticated. Pick the template you prefer, type in your information, preview your new card and order it. It's so simple to use.

Make sure your business cards include all of your current contact information, phone numbers and email. Most importantly, make sure you carry them with you at ALL times! You never know who you might meet and where you might meet them. Always collect the business cards of the people you meet and get their contact information too. Make a note on the back of the business cards you collect to remind you about your conversation with the person, who they are, what they can do for you or what you can do for them. Make sure they remember you and get your job seeker business cards today.

Other Articles in This Issue:

Career change leads to happiness

How to keep your job search confidential

Job seekers can enjoy several tax breaks

How to get your foot in the tech door

Get expert feedback from a professional resume writer

How to create your very own mini resume

Is company culture important in your job search?

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