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Engineering Career and Job Hunting Advice for September 2016

Engineering Career Advice Articles for September 2016 - RF CafeUsually, concepts like an infographic formatted resume seem too gimmicky to be used in a serious job search, but if done well, it can demonstrate real creativity and outside-the-box thinking. It could be just the thing you need to defeat the rote processing by HR department drones who are known to run resumes through analyzing software to look for keywords and phrases. Of course your originalism might not be rewarded with special attention, but rather cause your masterpiece to end up in a trash bin (be it e-mail or physical). That, and a few other useful ideas regarding job hunting and job retaining are contained in the following articles that have appeared recently.

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Posted September 14, 2016

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