How to assist fellow job seekers with the search

06/16/2013 | Blogging4Jobs

Job seekers can expand their network by being a reference or passing on a resume for others on the hunt, blogger Blake McCammon writes. Offering feedback on resumes and writing recommendations or endorsing others on LinkedIn also can build goodwill, he advises. "When a job seeker asks for your help, keep in mind that you don't have to move heaven and earth to make a difference. A few minutes of your time may be all that's required," McCammon writes.

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