How To Conduct a Successful Job Search Campaign

Written by Fran Watson

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6.Set up job interviews: Either by phone contact or by sending a cover letter with your resume and indicating that you will follow up to arrange an interview. 7.Practice interview techniques: Plan what you are going to say. Discuss WHY you want to work for that particular company, WHAT you can do for them, and HOW you will fit in withrepparttar company, then practice, practice, practice. Get a list of questions and write down your answers to each one, then practice with a friend. 8.Send a follow up letter: Tell them again about your interest inrepparttar 132395 job orrepparttar 132396 company. Thank them for takingrepparttar 132397 time to interview you. Point out your special qualifications or mention something you forgot inrepparttar 132398 interview that is relevant. 9.Follow up: In person or by phone to check outrepparttar 132399 results ofrepparttar 132400 interviews, and if you are notrepparttar 132401 successful candidate, ask how you could improve your chances for next time.

Fran Watson is an Employment/Career Counsellor

Fran Watson is a Career/Employment Counsellor, Workshop Developer/Facilitator, member of Toastmasters International, awarded Toastmaster of the Year 2003, received the CAPS Presidentís Award for Outstanding Service in 2002, graduate of Waterloo University in Social Development Studies,also involved with IAPA (Industrial Accident Prevention Association) in promoting workplace health and safety and delivering Young Worker Awareness Programs.

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or or Help prevent more NEEDLESS deaths and tragedies and protectrepparttar human race, including those you love Best regards, James Sorrell

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