How to spruce up a job search by clearing clutter, negativity

04/15/2013 | Metro (New York)

Professionals should clean up their online image and purge negative thoughts and attitudes to spring clean a career or job search, Julia West writes in this advice column. They should focus their online job searches and curb aimless surfing that wastes time and energy, West writes. Also, they should stop procrastinating and come up with a clear, concise narrative that highlights their skills, she suggests. "Now you've got a sparkling view of how to move forward."

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