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JOB APPLICATIONS AND RESUMES

20 Effective Job Application Tips for Ex-Offenders

Many employers require applicants to fill out job applications. If, for example, you walk into a grocery store or retail business, you may be asked to go to a computer screen, or kiosk, to complete an online application, or you will be given a two- to four-paper application form to be completed by hand. Many companies routinely give anyone interested in a job a chance to fill out an application. Read more.


Dress Appropriately for Your Job Application or Interview

The 18 tips given in this article will help you look your best when you fill out job applications or go to a job interview. Read more.


What Employers Look for in Candidates:
Behavior-Based Resumes Speak the Language of Today's Employers

Employers want to hire the right person for the job in the expectation that person will contribute Substantially to the continuing growth of their organization. But such expectations are often dashed because of the way employers and candidates conduct themselves in the job search/hiring situation. Read more.