Job-search no-no's

Dobie, Maureen
January 1998
Indiana Business Magazine;Jan98, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p7
Gives a number of job-hunting tips from JIST Works Inc. president J. Michael Farr. Suggested responses to questions about the job-hunter's child-care situation; Refusing to rely on job advertisements.


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