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1.       Check your voicemail message for how it sounds. Increase your chances of success while job hunting by making sure your voicemail message conveys a mature and professional personal image. Update it before you begin the job search and interview process to reflect what you would like a prospective employer to hear. Funny and silly voicemail messages prevent employers from taking you seriously.

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Continue education.

One that should be easy, but with the hectic schedules some workers maintain, it's a surprise they find time for anything non-work or home-life related. Online universities are making it extremely easy to continue one's education...utilize these resources!

Take on added responsibilities.

As mentioned above, taking on added responsibilities can solidify your career goals, not to mention, increase your knowledge of your industry.

You can use the following “generic activities” to help identify the various skills and experience you have. Simply “cut and paste” the Generic activities that you feel you have, or are doing now, into your resume. Obviously, not all of these activities will apply to you; just “cut and paste” the ones that you feel are most relevant to your experience. It is also very helpful to rate the skills and abilities you feel you are best at, and enjoy doing.

My suggestion is to use the highlighter pen as follows:


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