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Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Catching up with the Job Market
If you've just graduated—congratulations. If you are just starting to get serious about the job hunt at this point in your life—here are some catch-up tips.
1. If you have “no experience,” there are still things you can say about yourself without padding your resume. Try this post for starters:
2. While you're at it, “experience” is a word that's about the past. Most employers want to know how you did what you did, and whether you are sure you can do it again, in a new context. Here's some language to include:
3. Here's some advice and insights into what you're going through, from people who have very recently been there and haven't forgotten what it feels like: