Jeff Carter
Life is a riddle; unfortunately the answer's are not written here.

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1) PRCA 3711: Cover Letters by Meghan Beytagh 1/29/10

Thank you for the comment you left on my cover letter tip blog. I am glad you were able to learn something new. While reading through your tips I found some helpful information that I did not address. For instance, when you mentioned that the employer is probably reading through several of these you need to make sure yours stands out among the rest of the applicants. A very crucial part of the cover letter is the Salutation. You must address the person who will be reading it and you should always double check on the spelling of their name or else you will be embarrassed and jobless.

2)What to wear to a PR job interview by Jessica Cameron 3/7/10

I found your information to be extremely useful. I too used careerbuilder.com as reference when writing my blog as well. This was a good site to reference for such a topic. Finding a job will be tough enough. Who knew that what you wear may have just as an important role as your resume. I appreciate your good advice and look forward to more of your excellent blogs. You really do a great job of discussing topics that are relevant to those who are graduating. You have a great sense for what the public wants to know. Keep up the good work.

3) Benefits & Pitfalls of Social Media for Job Seekers by Lauren Parr 3/7/10

Lauren this was an excellent post. Not only was your information useful, the writer of the blog you referenced even commented on it. Social media does play a huge role in the hiring and firing world these days. People definitely need to be aware of what they are posting on the internet these days. Your advice said “if you have to question posting anything online, don’t post it.” I fully agree with you. If you are not even sure if you should post it, then you probably shouldn’t. Another thing people must be aware about is pictures. These can cause just as much harm to your career than the words you type. Thanks Lauren for your excellent blogging.

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