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The Job Closer: Time-Saving Techniques for Acing Resumes, Interviews, Negotiations, and More

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Prepare to be taken aback.

My students and career center colleagues at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business know to expect this from me by now, but others may find my approaches…jarring.

I happen to think that there’s a best way to do everything in the job search. Not a general best way, but a specific best way—a recipe, in other words—that different people can follow to create similarly tasty results.

This is a surprisingly uncommon perspective in the job search world. For example, think back to the last job search article you read. Did it give you actual instructions to follow? Or did it suggest general tips that you’d have to convert into a plan of action yourself? I see way too much of the latter and basically none of the former. Tips are job search junk food— satisfying in the moment but lacking any real nutrition, repackaging conventional wisdom you’ve heard before into a slightly different format, making it seem new but adding no real value.

It doesn’t have to be this way.

Instructions for your job search are possible and frankly should be the norm. Aren’t job search experts in a better position to curate all of their tips into a usable format than overwhelmed job seekers conducting their first, second, or even tenth search?
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