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Here on this page is a great resource on how to find a job.  Articles written by the site administrator of this site (me) are posted in links here as well to find you even more detailed resources than what is provided on this page.  This site can help both employers and employees find staff and can help workers find the right job.  There is even a forum at this site http://www.mybaseballcardspace.info/forums   where you can look for employment free.  At this site, we hope that you will be able to find a great job, and the key to doing so is trying your best and having a positive attitude, as well as being qualified for the job you are seeking.

Here are some simple ideas that can really help out and teach you how to fill out a job application if you do not already know how to do that.  First of all, use pen or fill it out online using online applications.  Using pencil will leave smudges easier, while a pen that does not smear will provide you with the best possible writing utencil.  Always be sure to write neatly and make the application as easy for your prospective employer to follow as possible.  You are presenting a sample of the work you will provide at your job by filling out your application.  Before you have been interviewed, this application and/or a phone call or a handshake in person in many cases is all that you have provided the employer as a sign of what you can do for them and a glimpse at you as a person.  Making as good of an impression as possible is always key because from the minute you  turn in your job application, the employer will be assessing whether or not you are qualified for the position.  Take extra time to answer all questions honestly and correctly, in almost all cases any false statements on an application are grounds for immediate dismissal from work.  Make sure that you do not ask for way too much money in pay if it asks the wage or salary that you are seeking.  Do some online research to find out how much the average worker makes in your area doing what you are applying to do.  That can make the negotiation process go a lot smoother.  I hope this article helps you find that job you are looking for, happy job hunting.

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Here is a great article outlining some simple strategies for businesses to grow in high growth global markets

Yahoo! Small Business

To land that perfect job in business, you have to be qualified.  You also have to be able to present yourself in a professional manner with dress, appearance, and actions.  You are your best asset and you are your best salesperson.  If you cannot make someone believe that you have the ability to help their company, why do they need you.  They don't, and you will get passed over for someone that better fits their needs.  A long look in the mirror finding your strengths, which everyone has, and stressing those, while minimizing blunders and weaknesses, is sure to impress your interviewer in this fast paced business world we live in today.  Happy job hunting.

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Since baseball card collecting is my favorite hobby, here are some of my favorite cards; this does not have anything to do with job listings.

http://www.mybaseballcardspace.info/1952_Topps

    1989 Score Football               1989 Topps Baseball            1982 Topps Baseball          1983 Topps Baseball         

   1983 Star Company             Star Company Bagged Set           1986-87 Fleer                     1993 Bowman                  

   1992 Bowman                     1985 Donruss                1981 Topps Baseball              1988 Topps Baseball           

      1980 Topps                    1987 Topps                1985 Topps Baseball                vintage card                            

   1951 Bowman                      1953 Topps             1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle                 1980-81 Topps

  Upper Deck Exquisite Basketball                 1987-88 Fleer Basketball                                 1981-82 Topps

 

 http://www.mybaseballcardspace.info/1980_Topps