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3 Tips to Keep Your Job Search on Track 



3 Tips to Keep Your Job Search on Track 

As a potential new hire you need a clear strategy to stand out. Here are 3 tips to help make your  job search  rewarding and successful:

1.    Be Relevant - Customize your CV/resume to the requirements of your ideal position. Emphasize the skills and concrete accomplishments that prove you will bring value the employers based on your past.

2.    Be Obvious - Keep you CV/resume concise, summarizing most important or recent experience near the top of page 1. Busy recruiters often look no further than your most recent couple of jobs.

3.    Be Thorough - Post your updated resume on Racing Toward Diversity Magazine. Employers and recruiters constantly search our database and contact candidates. Make sure you are one of them!

To update or upload you resume and apply for jobs visit Racing Toward Diversity Magazine TODAY!

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A Twitter Diversity Milestone: 100,000 Tweets

Fields Jackson, Jr @fleejack - joined Twitter on 2009-02-28

Ranked 59,544th in the world by followers

Ranked 39th by followers in 'North Carolina'

With the goal of:

#1 - Showcasing the best diversity efforts and initiatives being made today. 
#2 - To develop global stories written with business and educational audiences in mind. 
#3 - Highlight messages from influential leaders and their organizations.  
#4 - Recently added our diversity job tweets with the objective of using our social media platforms that reach 4.5 million to help our friends and neighbors find work.

I’m sure not everyone has been hanging onto every word I’ve ‘tweeted,’ but joining Twitter has provided me the opportunity to broadcast to a global audience and along the way achieve a few moments that I am very proud of:

Recognized by Working Mother Magazine as one of Five Diversity Thought Leaders You Should be Following on Twitter http://tinyurl.com/3mkfzbd 

Achieved a diversity score of 92 @Wefollow, a directory of prominent people organized by interest http://bit.ly/YdvEcX

Named a Top 1% influencer with and Elite @Kred Score of 860!
Recognized as "Highly Influential" @Topsy -  http://bit.ly/11L62Gq

Guest Lecturer University of Notre Dame - Diversity, Culture, Religion in Science highlights the role of cultural and religious diversity in science and industry Coordinator of Special Projects & adjunct professor @ChicagoState Universityity.

So "If you have a moment" we would love to hear "Tweet" from you.


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