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17.12 Zooming In Liz Ryan (student response)

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DATE: October 27, 2011 TO: Liz Ryan FROM: SUBJECT: RECOMMENDATION FOR BETTER JOB SEARCHING IDEAS The purpose of this report is to recommend some job searching strategies. My insight is based on personal experience and knowledge. First, I’d like to discuss fears students face when job searching. I’d also like to discuss ideas to overcome those fears. Secondly, I’d like to discuss how my friends and I would use the Web for job searching. While discussing this I can give some ideas and help optimize your effort on the Web. While I may not be a job searching expert, I’d like to give some ideas and help where I can to get you started on the right foot. Student Fears in Job Searching and Overcoming Them Not finding a job is a fear many students face when they begin their job search. While this is a fear most students face due to what they hear about the current economy and job market, it is not something that needs to be worried about. Many companies are still hiring despite what people think. Companies also like to hire new, young, and upcoming employees to help with their
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