At a time when many job seekers complain that their risumis vanish into a black hole, Charles Wells managed to get a high-level recruiter at Ernst & Young to meet with him in person, twice.
The sad, hard truths about the real world are making job hunting a risky buisness. As the article suggests, those who graduated during the recession are having a difficult time getting hired. The article says you have to show companies how you’ve used your time to advance yourself, help your community, or qualified for professional training. It doesn’t hurt to know someone in the company you’re trying to join, either. I believe Mark Twain said it best: "The world owes you nothing. It was here first." You have to possess a marketable skill that’s in demand. That’s a tough order for someone just entering the job market. Aloha, Russ.
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