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Vol. 17, Issue 31 - Week of July 30, 2018

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VIRGINIA BEACH, VA -- There's nothing easy about job searching. What's especially frustrating for many job seekers is a disappointing response rate. However, it's important to note that a job search is based on a numbers game. For example: If you get your resume in front of 1000 hiring managers, you should get 10-50 quality responses leading up to 5 interviews. If you don't pay attention to 'how' you are sending your resumes, your actions might only serve to put your resume in a pile with hundreds of others - if it even makes it to the pile at all.

Consider a more focused approach to your job search. A search that increases the number and quality of responses by using a targeted list of industries and decision makers who are looking for people with your skills. This new type of search also employs an affordable delivery system that ensures your resume will be seen by the right person. Impossible?

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Rebooting Your Job Search With These 3 Tips

Update your job search approach and save time!

How to network during a job search

Tips for making yourself more desirable to employers

Free Critique: Get your resume reviewed by an expert

Branding yourself effectively online is critical

Have you tried this NEW job search engine yet?

Taking the stress out of job interviews

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