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Getting a Job

Application Letter Also called a cover letter, it serves to introduce you to a potential employer.
Resume Often called a personal data sheet, biographical summary, professional file or vita that describes your work experience, education, abilities, interests, and other information that may be interest to an employer.
References People who have known you for at least a year and can provide information about your skills, character and achievements.
Reference Letter Statement attesting to your character, abilities and experience, written by someone who can be relied upon to give a sincere report.
Employment Application Also called a job application, it is a form that asks questions of people who apply for a job.
Job Interview A face-to-face meeting with a potential employer to discuss a job opening.
Open Ended Questions Require you to respond in paragraphs and talk about yourself.
Follow-Up Contact with the employer after the interview but before hiring occurs to remind the employer of who you are and possibly improve your change of getting the job.
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