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Applying for a Job

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Personal Career Portfolio A collection of information about a person that shows the person's skills and qualifications to employers.
Resume A summary of a job seeker's personal information describing education, skills, work experience, activities, and interests.
Format The arrangement of something such as a document.
Personal Fact Sheet A list of basic information about a person's education, experience, qualifications, and skills.
Cover Letter A one-page letter a job seeker sends along with a resume telling who he or she is and why he or she is sending a resume.`
Job Application A form that asks questions about a job seeker's skills, work experience, education, and interests.
References People who will recommend a job seeker to an employer.
Letter of Recommendation A letter written in support of a job seeker from a reference.
Body Language Gestures, posture, and eye contact people use to express themselves.
Interview Formal meeting between a job seeker and an employer.
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