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Lessons to Be Learned from Mark Winter’s Job Hunt

Interviewers can sense people that have lost faith in themselves. Who wants to hire a beaten-down person? Would you? I’ve interviewed people like that when I’ve been hiring and couldn’t end those interviews fast enough. Continue reading

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Guest Post, Part III: Facebook Job-Hunting and Finding a Job

The biggest hurt of all that I won’t ever fully understand is the lack of response from potential employers. Continue reading

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Guest Post, Part II: Using Facebook to Find a Job

I talked to anyone and everyone, asking them to pass on my search and earn someone a few quid. I spent a great deal of time in between odd jobs working on the campaign and it really was quite exhausting. Continue reading

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Guest Post: Job-Hunting Lessons from a Creative Seeker

After college I went straight back to working odd jobs to pass the time while I was looking for roles I felt were right for me. I soon realized that I was being far too picky and swiftly began applying for any role that mentioned ‘designer wanted.’ Continue reading

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