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Job hunting tips


What you do before you get the interview for the perfect job is just as important - if not more important - than having the perfect interview experience. The research you do on your companies of interest, the style and tone of your resume and cover letter, the search databases you use for finding opportunities, who you've networked with, and what you plan to wear when you meet prospective employers, are only a few of the important tasks ahead of you before the interview even begins. In other words, finding work is work.

Resume / Cover Letter Assistance


If you don't have a working resume and general cover letter you should have one! But ask ten people how to write a resume and you'll get eleven very confident answers! The truth is there are many ways and lots of people willing to help, but no two resumes will ever be the same due to differences in personalities, educational and professional experiences, and career intentions. Go to: Microsoft Office Online for some good template starters for resumes and about.com for Cover Letter guidance.

Where to Work


City Town Info, a web resource that provides free information on careers, grad schools, and relocation.

Office of Career Services
Ted Booth, PhD
Lincoln Memorial University
Room 317, Student Center
6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway
Harrogate, TN 37752
423 869 6017
teddy.booth@LMUnet.edu