5 Ways You Can Use Facts in Your Job Search
"Just the facts, ma'am..." is the famous line attributed to Joe Friday on the old TV show Dragnet. But an Internet search reveals that what the character really said in an early episode was, "All we want are the facts." Recruiters, human resources staffing personnel, and hiring managers are like Joe Fridays: They just want the facts when reviewing your resume and conducting interviews. In my article, which appeared yesterday on the U.S. News Money/Career page, I give five easy ways sticking to "just the facts" can help your job search. Read The Full ArticlePhoto Credit: Shutterstock
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