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In today's business environment, workers and managers view changing jobs as a normal means of career progression and self-development. Informal preparation for job hunting in your area of study should start soon after you begin your degree program. Ideally, formal preparation for job-hunting, including creating a persuasive cover letter and resume, should begin at least a full year before you begin interviewing.
Keep in mind that most employers will skim resumes to select candidates that stand out from the pack. Employers assume that the letter and resume represent your best work. Therefore, a resume and cover letter must accomplish the following:
Remember, a convincing cover letter secures an interview, so present yourself as the best candidate for the job.
Use any resume format you think is appropriate.
Write a cover letter (approximately 350 words) and a one-page resume that will ensure you get an interview.
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