Be clear about the position you are looking for. Vague objective statements
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current openings. Do the work up front. Know the jobs within the organization, know
you want and state it clearly!
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tool to use when previous or current positions do not, by
themselves, indicate readiness for the type of position you are
excellent strategy to use when previous and/or current position have
been related but are not a close link to desired position.
This allows you to highlight skills acquired in the related roles
that may be transferable. Combination