Job-search advice to unlearn

05/22/2013 | GlassDoor.com

To land a job, candidates should not overwhelm employers with too many career details but instead should highlight how their skills can help the employer, career expert Heather R. Huhman writes in this blog post. Huhman also outlines other job-search "don'ts," including bragging during interviews and failing to use a network. "Networking is about using all of your resources, not just those you've met professionally," Huhman writes.

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