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    Survey: Lack of experience is the biggest issue entry-level professionals have

    In fact there are three things entry level professionals can do to compensate for the lack of experience.

    The first thing is to create a professional profile on social media websites.

    The other two are networking and volunteering, and they can also be related.

    Voters suggest cultivating networking, resume writing and interview skills
    A recent survey done by ResumeTarget.com on LinkedIn confirmed what entry-level professionals already know when looking for a job and going to job interviews: the biggest problem breaking into the market nowadays is a lack of experience. According to the numbers, 61% of the participants believe this to be the biggest issue.

    http://www.resumetarget.com/blog/201...ssionals-have/

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    Did you know that a professionally crafted resume means more chances of landing a job

    I came across this website that offers over 60+ resume templates in which you can chose from.

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    Career Advice: How to increase your resumes potential

    I came across this article that provides you with tips on how to increase your resumes viewing potential.

    Whether you are sending your resume via email or posting your resume on an Internet job board, it is the first thing a hiring authority will see before even seeing your resume.

    Here is an example of how this works in layman’s terms from your own point of view:

    You see an ad in the newspaper selling a car. The ad reads:”2009 Car for sale, please call for inquiries” and of course you see about 20 other ads saying the exact same thing.

    http://www.resumetemplates101.com/bl...g-your-resume/

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    Resume Templates that can help you launch your career!

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    Do NOT market yourself OUT of this job opportunity

    Hello,

    I came across this great blog:

    Do NOT market yourself OUT of this job opportunity

    Sometimes everything just works out. You send your resume to an employer, they call you back, you have a cordial, Market yourself out Do NOT market yourself OUT of this job opportunity well-executed interview, and you get hired for the job of your dreams.

    I hope that this advice can help...if you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

    http://www.resumetemplates101.com/bl...b-opportunity/

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