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How To Land A Great Job Quickly

Are you ready to initiate the search for your dream job? This section will inform you of the most efficient job searching strategies and tricks, and help you decide which way to get started.

Many job searchers require professional assistance to help them in various related areas including: receiving job and interview coaching, posting resumes on different websites, and submitting resumes to recruitment firms. Contact Candace Davies, President of Canadian Resume Writing Service: candoco@telus.net or call toll-free 1-877-738-8052

How to Submit Employment References

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A lot of job seekers struggle with how to submit employment references. Submitting employment references when requested by the hiring authority is the correct procedure.  Do not add references to a resume. References belong on a separate piece of paper that matches your resume. Use the same format and letterhead.  Quite often you will not be asked

Completing Job Applications Properly to Increase Interviews

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Completing job applications properly can be tedious and time-consuming. Job applications are not substitutes for a resume but are frequently required. How you complete them is crucial to your job search. Many employers request an application for conformity reasons and to obtain a signature from the applicant. Some companies require applications because they want information

Develop a Job Search Plan to Secure a New Position Quickly

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Develop a job search plan to map out your job hunting strategy efficiently. Use Monster, Indeed, or other reputable job search engines. This will help you find available jobs, descriptions, industry keywords, etc. Maybe you are interested in researching government career opportunities —as a reminder, make a note in your career advancement journal, such as "job search