How To Organize Your Job Search

It happens to the best of us: You get a phone call from a company interested in setting up an interview for a job you applied for ages ago, but you can’t remember anything about the position or the company. Even worse, you don’t even remember applying for the job. Being unorganized can cost you an interview. If you’ve been on a serious job hunt and sent out your resume to more companies that you can count, it is hard to keep track of all that information. Find out how to organize your job search, so you’re prepared for any opportunity that may come your way. READ FULL ARTICLE ►Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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