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Former recruitment agency experts answer employment questions, candidly suggesting how to negotiate your salary, find a really good job, handle phone interviews, and more.

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More Labor Market Myths

I need to include every place I have ever worked at on my resume - The reality is that a resume is a marketing document designed to sell your skills to the employer. So it should focus on the skills and experience that is relevant to the prospective position - if you have other jobs that are unrelated then you may wish not to include them on the resume.

Most jobs are advertised - The reality is that companies tend to advertise difficult-to-fill positions. There is a much larger 'hidden job market' so you should do your research and send your resume to companies that have a need for your skills.

A good resume guarantees you a job - A good resume gets you an interview, not a job. You still have to impress the employer at the interview stage.

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