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Research in the Job Search Process BMGT 367 Section 0101
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Lesson Objectives 1. Utilize databases and other resources to gain information about companies. 2. Understand the importance of the data collected. 3. Learn the value of protecting your online identity, and maintaining your professionalism online.
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Why Research? “Understanding the importance of research in the job search is vital to understanding one’s placement as a candidate and enhancing job search and interview preparation”- Office of Career Services
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Why Research? (cont’d) Information to use for documents Information to use for interview To impress your friends So you don’t end up like your TA
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What Should You Research? Group activity In a group of 2-3, brainstorm all the different aspects of a company you can research. Also point out what that information tells about the company and where you would go to get the information.
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Company Website
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course BMGT 367 taught by Professor Fogul during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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