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1.Ask someone to proof-read your resume for typos, spelling and grammar errors.
2.Dress professionally and drop off your resume personally at places you’d like to work.
3. Revisit each place and ask the manager: “Have you had a chance to look at my resume?”
4.If you email your resume (which you will often be asked to do), make sure your introductory email message reads as well as a top-notch cover letter.
5.Follow up each emailed resume with weekly emails, asking about the status of your resume.
6.Smile sincerely and shake hands firmly when you meet your interviewer(s)
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