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Submitting your resume can be done either in person, or if you are using an online service, online at a job site. Finding a job and posting your resume is a matter of making sure you can get it out there enough. First and foremost though, you will have to make sure that all of your relevant job credentials and educational experience is highlighted in your resume in a flattering way. Browsing the job articles at this site is a great way to learn many tips on how to get a job, finding a job, and much more.
A basic thing in submitting your resume is that before you turn it in, you have to make sure that it does not have typographical or content errors that can make you look bad in the job search. Your typed resume (that is usually the best way to go, don't hand write it) is a symbol of the type of written work you will turn in to your employer if they ask you to prepare a memo or write up a conclusion. Make sure to leave a good impression on your prospective employer by making your resume as good as possible and if you turn it in in person, always smile and give a firm hand shake. Making sure that there are enough places to turn your resume in to is important as well because you likely are going to need to try more than one prospective employer to get a job, especially in this unusually high period of unemployment. Find places that need your credentials as well as places you would be happy with working at. Speak with the representatives from the places you apply to and see if they have web sites online to find that perfect job.
Here is a page with great resources on how to submit your resume and on materials to help you put one together.
The more places you submit your resume, the better chance you have of getting a job. You have to make sure that the numbers game is in your favor and the more places that see your resume, the better.
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