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Subject:  Tips On Getting The Job You Really Want!
From:  JobSeeker Weekly <newsletter@jobseekerweekly.com>
Date:  Mon, 23 Jun 2008 21:01:40 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Tips On Getting The Job You Really Want!" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Mon, 23 Jun 2008 21:01:40 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was JobSeeker Weekly <newsletter@jobseekerweekly.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

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Current Issue: June 23, 2008
Tips On Getting The Job You Really Want!

Here's the fastest way to find a new job.

Over 1.5 million employers & recruiters search various career sites daily for job candidates. Why not let Resume Rabbit instantly post your resume on up to 80 job boards? Within minutes you'll be seen on Monster, Job.com, CareerBuilder, Net-Temps, Dice & more! Resume Rabbit's simple online form will save you over 60 hours of research and data entry!

You've got to get an interview to get a job. To do that you've got to put your resume in all the right places at all the right times. Now you can. Get a job fast with the oldest and largest service offering one-stop resume posting. To distribute your resume now, go to Resume Rabbit.

Interview techniques to land your dream job!

Diligent job seekers spend hours creating resumes & cover letters, searching through job postings, reviewing classifieds and networking -- all in order to get an interview. Yet most of them don't know what to do when they get one! When the job market was booming it took an average of 3 interviews to get 1 job offer. Now it takes 17. The key to getting the job is have a great interview, where the interviewer actually pictures you doing the job.

If you want to be that person--there's a little known secret you can put together for your next interview that literally forces the interviewer to picture you filling the position, and to visualize actually hiring you -- asap. Using this method assures you'll stand out from the crowd and shoot straight to the top of the "must hire" list. For more information, follow this link.

Article: Tips On Getting The Job You Really Want!

Norine Dagliano, National Certified Resume Writer

Is it possible to ever get the job you really want?
Recently I met with a job seeker whose career passion was to be an EMT; however, she was willing to take a job as an administrative assistant or warehouse worker. Her resume reflected this disconnect.

The next day I received a call from a woman who was passionate about making a career change. She had embarked on a path that would lead her away from real estate sales to a new career as a healthcare advocate for the elderly. When she got to the interview, her confidence began to wane and the employer threw a wet blanket on her passion. "Perhaps I should go back to real estate sales," she told me.

A recent college graduate contacted me to write his resume and when I asked him to describe what type of job he was targeting; he said he would "take anything." How many tens-of-thousands of dollars did he (and/or his parents) invest in college to graduate with a willingness to "take anything"?

These three job seekers had one thing in common: they all believed in the fallacy that the more flexible you are - the more willing you are to "take anything" - the quicker you will be employed. Unfortunately, being flexible has just the opposite effect.

Imagine for a moment that you and a friend are each given blank checks to purchase a new vehicle. You are really excited about this windfall and set out to make your purchase with a willingness to "buy anything." So, you wander from dealership to dealership looking at every make and model on the lot, test driving a few, and always wondering if something else might appeal to you more. With thousands of dealerships and millions of cars, trucks, and SUVs out there to choose from, your search continues week after week and month after month.

On the other hand, your friend knows that he wants a 2009 Toyota Corolla ... four-door ... silver ... five-speed manual transmission ... power-slide moon-roof ... 16-inch alloy wheels ... Bluetooth wireless technology ... and the desired options go on and on. The image of that car is so clear in his mind that he can almost feel the steering wheel in his hands! With a clear picture of what he wants, he knows exactly where to spend his time looking and his search time is dramatically reduced. Why? Because he knew what he wanted and he went after it!

The same principles hold true for finding a job. You can spend your time wandering the Internet and applying for anything you "could do." You can create a resume that tells the prospective employer everything you have ever done in your career and hope he will put the pieces together, read between the lines, and figure out what you can do for him. You can go to interviews and back down when the employer asks "Why should we hire you?" Or, you can do like your friend who is now cruising the highway in his brand new Corolla, and create a crystal clear image of what that ideal job looks like.

I guarantee that if you are clear about what type of industry/company/career/job you are seeking, you will more quickly find it. When you know what you want, your resume will reflect this and will quickly capture a prospective employer's attention.

Norine Dagliano, of ekm Inspirations, is an independent and nationally certified professional resume writer (NCRW, CPRW, CFRW/CC) and job search coach. With more than 20 years experience, Norine has crafted powerful, achievement-focused resumes and provided logical and straight-forward job seeking tips and advice that has helped literally thousands of professionals in overcoming the anxiety of looking for work and finding their ideal job.


Interview techniques to land your dream job!

Diligent job seekers spend hours creating resumes & cover letters, searching through job postings, reviewing classifieds and networking -- all in order to get an interview. Yet most of them don't know what to do when they get one! When the job market was booming it took an average of 3 interviews to get 1 job offer. Now it takes 17. The key to getting the job is have a great interview, where the interviewer actually pictures you doing the job.

If you want to be that person--there's a little known secret you can put together for your next interview that literally forces the interviewer to picture you filling the position, and to visualize actually hiring you -- asap. Using this method assures you'll stand out from the crowd and shoot straight to the top of the "must hire" list. For more information, follow this link.


Here's the fastest way to find a new job.

Over 1.5 million employers & recruiters search various career sites daily for job candidates. Why not let Resume Rabbit instantly post your resume on up to 80 job boards? Within minutes you'll be seen on Monster, Job.com, CareerBuilder, Net-Temps, Dice & more! Resume Rabbit's simple online form will save you over 60 hours of research and data entry!

You've got to get an interview to get a job. To do that you've got to put your resume in all the right places at all the right times. Now you can. Get a job fast with the oldest and largest service offering one-stop resume posting. To distribute your resume now, go to Resume Rabbit.

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