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Reprint from Occupational Outlook Quarterly, V. 53. No. 2, Summer 2009. With this update of a popular article, you will find out the best ways to present your credentials to prospective employers. Ilustrations include a sample chronological resume, a sample functional resume, and a sample cover letter. The "for more information" section lists some useful, established websites that contain advice about 21st century job hunting and resume writing.
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