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How an Outsider Can Get an Inside Track on a Job
5/21/2007 8:08:20 PM
Cold-calling people who work in your chosen field and arranging informational interviews to glean an insider’s perspective on what their jobs are really like are some of the best ways to find the job that you want. It takes some nerve to call up strangers and ask them questions about their job and for advice but it all pays off in the end.
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