TEAM MEMO ch. 14

TEAM MEMO ch. 14 - MEMORANDOM DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT:...

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MEMORANDOM DATE: January 00, 2010 TO: Mr. Orendorff FROM: Group 30 SUBJECT: Analysis of Chapter 14 Objectives Chapter 14 explains how to build careers and write résumés. It discusses how employers view today’s job market and the approach most employers take to finding potential new employees. It identifies things you can do before you graduate and look for a job that will make you more valuable to employers. Chapter 14 discusses how to choose the appropriate résumé organization and what you should do to adapt your résumé to a scannable format. It also identifies the major sections of a traditional résumé and the advantages and disadvantages of the three common organizational approaches. HOW DO EMPLOYERS VIEW TODAY’S JOB MARKET? Employers strive to balance the quality and cost of talent, as well as the size of their workforces, in the face of fluctuating business requirements. LIST THREE THINGS YOU CAN DO BEFORE GRADUATING AND LOOKING FOR A JOB THAT WILL MAKE YOU MORE VALUABLE TO EMPLOYERS 1. Keep an employment portfolio . Collect anything that shows your ability to perform so that employers have tangible evidence of your professionalism. 2.
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TEAM MEMO ch. 14 - MEMORANDOM DATE: TO: FROM: SUBJECT:...

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