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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:

Do you have a list of companies you would like to work for? If you do, use the internet to discover information about the company, review open positions, and find connections to help you apply for employment and get a job offer.

If you don't have a target list of companies - a short list of employers you would be thrilled to work for - it's a good idea to research company information and create a list of companies to target in your job search. All the information you need is available on the web, and it's easy to find detailed information about potential employers online.

by Bill Radin

Executive recruiters (also known as headhunters or search consultants) have firmly established themselves as a visible and highly valued fixture in today’s employment landscape. Through their aggressive matchmaking, headhunters affect the careers of individuals, the lives of their families and friends, and the profitability of entire corporations.


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