what is the process of getting a job

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  1. 1. Decide on what kind of work you want to do and are qualified to do.
    2. Decide the general area where you want to work.
    3. Check job openings online, in your newspaper, and in your school job placement office.
    4. Research the companies for which you'd like to work.
    5. Write your resume.
    6. Fill out applications and post, deliver in person, or mail them to prospective employers.
    7. Prepare for interviews by dressing appropriately and learning about the company.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Another step is to ask teachers, former employers, or other responsible people if they'd be willing to write you a recommendation.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. In doing Ms.Sue's #1, it would be helpful to seek the advice of your school counselor. If you are not sure of your preferences or skills, they have tests that can clarify them. They can also help you with the other steps that she describes.

    I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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