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What would you say to your dream employer in 140 characters or less? Despite sending out "flawless" cover letters and "perfect" resumes, you still can't seem to stand out to employers. Well, maybe it's time for a different approach. How do you stand out? You try something different! Disruptive job search is a great way to get an employer's attention. That's why we're holding a contest to see who can come up with the best "cover letter" for their dream employer... in only 140 characters or less. So, what would you say? There's no room for fluff - How would you get your point across effectively?

What Do I Win?

If we choose your tweet, you will receive a FREE membership for our DIY Job Search Accelerator Program (JSAP) on our sister site, CareerHMO (valued at $195!). This is a great tool to help speed up your job search!

How to Enter:

  • ACTION: Mention @CAREEREALISM in your tweet
  • DEADLINE: Friday, October 12, 2012
Think outside the box! Good luck, and happy tweeting! Annette Shaff / Shutterstock.com
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