A SAHM Looks for a Part-Time Job
8 Job Hunting Myths
Job Hunting Tips
Most people who start looking for a job think that they can't spend money to look for a job. Certainly, when a paycheck is gone, spending becomes a critical issue. Pinching pennies when it is vital to present yourself as a candidate that is prosperous may seem impossible.
There are ways to spend little money to present yourself as someone who is doing well in the business world. Let me start with some recommendations that will help.
Marilyn Tellez has served the needs of the job changer and job seeker for over 15 years. She is a graduate of the JFK University Career Development Certificate Program and certified as a Career & Job Transition Coach by the Career Planning & Adult Development Network. Marilyn is the author of Do It Now! The Job Search Kit for Those 50 & Over.
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