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Facebook Comes Out With New Resume Tips!

Facebook now has a group, which collaborates on different ideas and strategies to finding a job -- especially the do's and don'ts in a resume. Take a look and see for yourself, be apart of this ongoing chat and share your own experience !

Aug. 11, 2009 - PRLog -- If you don't know about Facebook, get involved! There is wonderful ongoing chat which can easily make or break your resume. And get this -- it's all FREE.

This chat-- even goes into emailing writing tips about how to entice an employer to give your resume a shot. Making the sale, instead of asking for it, for example:

When can we schedule an interview?
Instead of,
Can we schedule an interview?

Employers want to know that you are proactive and readily seeking full time work. This group can not only give you advice to better your resume and cover letter, but it can also help you to improve your interviewing skills as well. Even with a simple call, employers evaluate your speaking skills.

Another example, we had a employee that we called to hire and on her cell phone there was rap music stating something like "Birthday Sex." This was obviously an immediate turn off and when she picked up we stated that we had the wrong number. Even your Facebook page needs to appropriate. If an employer sees you with a bottle of alcohol in one hand and a keg in the other-- he will most likely NOT be impressed. Believe it or not employers check your Facebook and even My Space accounts. Vital information like such, can all be found on the Facebook chat! Join and involve yourself!

Call 1-203-446-9221 if you have any further inquires.

When it comes to looking for a job, this chat is place to go for free advice....

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Source:Alessandra Sillo
Industry:Services, Technology, Marketing
Tags:Resume, Cover Letter, Facebook, Interviewing Skills, CV, Fortune Resume
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