Job Hunting (fwd)

Subject: Job Hunting (fwd)
From: Andreas Ramos <andreas -at- NETCOM -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 1994 12:26:59 -0700

Here's a BIG tip for those who are looking for jobs, but are totally in a
fluster about paying $5,000 for a seminar. The tip is:
Put your glasses on your face.
Open your eyes.
Read the full text.

Here's the original posting. Notice, please, that I did not say that one
should pay this amount. Notice, please, that I specifically say that the
same information is available free from universities or state programs.

Andreas Ramos, M.A. Heidelberg Sacramento, California

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 1994 11:45:48 -0700
From: Andreas Ramos <andreas -at- netcom -dot- com>
To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L <TECHWR-L -at- OSUVM1 -dot- BITNET>
Subject: Job Hunting

Here's another job hunting tip...

Take a class in job searching. Either one finds a job by chance, or one
systematically shifts through the job market with a target job. Job
searching seminars are offered, at about $4-5,000 for 3 days. It's worth
it, since you'll earn $40-50K or more.
The best thing is that the same job searching methods are offered free by
universitys, large companies which are down-sizing, or state unemployment
If you've graduated some time ago and live far from your university,
contact your alma mater. Many universities have reciprocal exchange of
job placement offices.
In California, EDD (Unemployment Office) offers free job searching
seminars. Contact 415-262-2468 for more information.
Job placement offices often offer free use of long distance telephones,
free faxing, and computers for resume production.

I can recommend this: it worked for me.

Andreas Ramos, M.A. Heidelberg Sacramento, California

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