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CMathas
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Re: Robots, Jobs and Personal Ability
CMathas   1/30/2014 6:10:11 PM
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The problem with America today? Personally, I have no problem with people disagreeing with a point I'm trying to make. It amazes me, however, when it's done in an unprofessional manner. Thank you for taking the time to post. And, I wasn't an English major, and have never been unemployed.

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Resume for job search
Kathy_Jordan   7/8/2014 11:23:56 AM
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Whatever the government does, the unemployment remains at historically high levels and that's frustrating. If you are lucky enough, you may pull a Jonah and get job, but in most cases you have to work hard and attend lots of interviews to reach the goal. I know that good resume is essential for successful job search and I'd recommend http://resumewritinglab.com/ . Very often people don't believe, but in fact the CV is the first information your potential employer learns about you and it's very important to have it well-written and clear. It doesn't mean tht you'll get hired in a matter of seconds but at least it enhances chances.

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