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    1. You can try practicing English by reading and speaking it more often. Try an app like Duolingo.

      Hopefully that helps! Let me know if there’s anything else I can do to help you prepare.

    1. Maggie,

      The more specific you can be about what type of job you’d like, where you’re willing to be and what your skills & experience are, the more likely it is that we can help. Send me a message: nick [at] workitdaily.com.

    2. Maggie,
      I recommend you connect with your local American Job Center, to take advantage of free workshops which increase your chances of getting hired. At the American Job Center I work at in southeastern Connecticut, some of the workshops we provide are Computer Basics, Email for Beginners, Online Job Applications – How to, Introduction to MS Word, Resume Basics, Resume Critiques, Interviewing Techniques, Successful Job Search Strategies, Confidence Makeover, and others. We also have access to U.S. Jobs job search system at http://us.jobs/index.asp. This job search database usually does not charge employers or job seekers to use it (at least not in Connecticut), so there are many jobs of all kinds available for you to look at and apply to. You should also place your resume on the U.S. Jobs website so you can be “found” by employers. To locate the American Job Center in your area, go to http://www.servicelocator.org, enter your location, and the system will tell you where the nearest center is.


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