Top 10 Tips for Finding an Electrical Apprenticeship

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Don’t worry too much about the cost of the course as it is likely that it will be fully funded. Create a CV – Make sure you have your CV ready and a template for a covering letter. Print a few copies but be ready to tailor your CV for the specific vacancies that will arise. Make sure you keep your CV brief. And don’t stop there if you are really dedicated start sending your CV to local companies on a speculative basis.

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MEMO TO: New College Grads

Ms. Career Girl

It’s that time of year when college seniors are looking forward to receiving their diplomas after four or more years of time consuming and costly schooling. AND, do not refer to your resume as a curriculum vitae (CV). SUBJECT: Work responsibly.

wee answer Wednesday — 7 short answers to 7 short questions

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According to my instructor, we could set up a contract between me and the company that says I am working for them for educational purposes only and that I won’t collect unemployment from them after I leave and that they don’t have to pay me minimum wage. If your internship doesn’t meet these criteria, then there’s no legal way to waive your right to be paid at least minimum wage for your work.

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Have you ever gotten a job from a job fair?

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From a recruiting perspective, we generally don’t do a lot of job fairs due to either the high cost of buying a table, or the very small size of the free ones. All they do is tell you to send your CV on the website and you never hear anything.

Social media CAN get you a job … or, I hired a blog reader — Ask a.

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Ask a Manager has a new domain name should an employer pay travel costs when inviting out-of-town candidates to interview? Why performance reviews deserve a better rap former boss is waging campaign of harassment against me accepted a job; do I need to notify other places I applied?