Job Search Survival - FREE Job Search Training

With unemployment rates at record levels, finding a new job is not easy. With more candidates competing for fewer jobs, you need all the advantages you can get. Job Search Survival's Job Search Training can help.
July 26, 2011 - PRLog -- "I thought my resume was in pretty good shape, but after I
attended the Job Search Survival Classes, I knew I needed to revise
it. I added keywords, and changed my contact information, as well as updating my previous job titles," reports one recent class participant.

Job Search Survival is an outreach ministry of Sugar Creek
Baptist Church of Sugar Land Texas. 12 dedicated men in the church, teach skills vital to your success in getting a new job.

This 3 night training is FREE, and all are welcome. No
reservations are needed. Dress is casual. This 3 night event will
be held at the Cinco Ranch Library in Katy Texas from 5:30pm
until 8:30pm on August 8, 9 and 10.

Ministry coordinator Mickey Mixon said "If you have not been to
a job skills training class in the last year, your resume, as
well as your interview techniques are already out of date. Join
us to learn the latest skill set that will land you that new job!”

For more information, visit the Job Search Survival website:   The website also has over 40
articles covering training in all areas of a job search.

You will also receive a FREE gift membership to an advanced Job Search Training website just for attending the Job Search Survival classes.

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We are a full service publishing company located in Sugar Land Texas.

Sugar Land Press was developed to give authors a way to get their books published professionally and economically. Located in Sugar Land Texas, Sugar Land Press was established in 1993 in Fort Bend County Texas. Over the years, as technology has changed, our process has changed. We are now able to offer better value for less money, and that is a deal where everyone wins.

Print on demand allows an author to upload a manuscript, and within a week or two, have a hard copy of the book delivered to their front door. Self publishing has become easier and traditional publishing has become more difficult.

For more information and contact information, visit our website:
Source:Mickey Mixon
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