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the things people come up with. Wonder if it works? lol (not that I could have ever done that when I was in school because we couldn't do homework assignments on the computer and email a teacher) :)

Military phonetic alphabet

the-bantersaurus: robotcosmonaut: Military Phonetic Alphabet via itinerantdispatches brb memorizing my dad always uses this on the phone and stuff haha perks of being a policeman’s daughter I had to learn this for work!

Job seekers really need to know what NOT to do when designing a resume. As a recruiter sorts through dozens and dozens of applicants, resumes start to blend together, make yours stand out from the rest by introducing some unexpected professional flair. Here are five common pieces of resume design advice that you shouldn’t listen to. After all, we can all agree that certain professional rules are made to be broken! | Career Contessa

Job seekers really need to know what NOT to do when designing a resume. As a recruiter sorts through dozens and dozens of applicants, resumes start to blend together, make yours stand out from the rest by introducing some unexpected professional flair.

"How to Close a Job Interview with Class" Part of Best of the Web: 5 Useful Job Search Tips

"How to Close a Job Interview with Class" Part of Best of the Web: 5 Useful Job Search Tips

Don’t leave a job interview wondering where you stand with the hiring manager. There are techniques you can use to professionally close an interview so the hiring manager will know that you want the job, and, so you’ll be able to leave knowing the next steps in the hiring process.

Don’t leave a job interview wondering where you stand with the hiring manager. There are techniques you can use to professionally close an interview so the hiring manager will know that you want the job, and, so you’ll be able to leave knowing the next steps in the hiring process.

A reader recently sent me one of the best cover letters I've ever seen, and she nicely agreed to allow me to reprint it here in case it inspires anyone els

A reader recently sent me one of the best cover letters I've ever seen, and she nicely agreed to allow me to reprint it here in case it inspires anyone els