Treating a job search like a political campaign

03/27/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Approach a job search like a political campaign, career coach Hannah Morgan writes in this blog post. Begin with a campaign promise to be the solution to a potential employer's problem, then hit the trail with campaign materials such as a resume, bio and a well-rehearsed interview, Morgan advises. "Attend events where your voters are, the people with the power to hire you or who should at least be aware of your campaign promise."

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