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Job application letters should have no misspelled words, and focus on the job for which the person is applying. Write a great application letter filled with information pertaining to the job for which it is applied, by using these tips from a career adviser in this free video on job guidance. Expert: Pat Goodwin Contact: www.PatGoodwinAssociates.com Bio: Pat Goodwin is a certified personnel consultant and a career transition consultant who has worked with hundreds of individuals over the past 20 years. Filmmaker: Todd Green

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How long should you wait to follow up on an application? Is it better to follow up by phone or email? Alex Daleo answers these questions and more as she addresses the dos and don’ts for following up on an application.

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On Friday, September 30, 2011, a faculty panel in the humanities and social sciences discussed the faculty recruitment process from the search committee’s perspective. Topics included what the search committee looks for in application documents (CV, cover letter, research/teaching statements), the screening process, and selecting candidates to interview. PANELISTS: – Kathy Adams, Professor of Psychology, Guilford College – Charlie Becker, Research Professor of Economics, Duke University – Tom Gould, Dean of Arts & Sciences & University Transfer and Professor of English, Durham Tech – Garry Walton, Dean of the School of Arts & Humanities and Professor of English, Meredith College The 2011 Academic Job Search Series is co-sponsored by Duke Postdoctoral Services, the Career Center, and the Graduate School.

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On Tuesday, September 20, 2011, a panel discussion geared toward Duke postdocs and graduate students discussed the faculty recruitment process for science and engineering positions from the search committee’s perspective. Topics included what the search committee looks for in application documents (CV, cover letter, research/teaching statements), the screening process, and selecting candidates to interview. PANELISTS: – Nenad Bursac, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering – Gregory Crawford, Associate Professor of Pediatrics-Medical Genetics – Sally Kornbluth, Vice Dean for Research and Professor of Pharmacology & Cancer Biology – Jim Siedow, Vice Provost for Research and Professor of Biology The 2011 Academic Job Search Series is co-sponsored by Duke Postdoctoral Services, the Career Center, and the Graduate School.

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How to write a cover letter to accompany a résumé or cv. The secret to a good letter is brevity, clarity, and sincerity.

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Monster.com® Unveils the Monster for iPad® Application for Always-On Job Search Capabilities
MAYNARD, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–To reach and connect prospective employers with job seekers in a mobile, always-on way, Monster.com®, is making available an iPad® application for job hunting.

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Job application advice and tips
Thursday 2nd September 2010, 2:30PM BST. Ioana Lazarov gives her top tips for a successful job application. Being able to target desired employers, identify vacancies and apply quickly is not only a time-saving technique, but also one that will get you noticed and could ensure faster employment.

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