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Why Can't Engineers Get Good Jobs?

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Re: Email resumes
Mydesign   10/29/2012 12:39:33 AM
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Gsmith120, now a day’s both softcopy and hard copy have the same fate. For both the final destination is either trash box or dustbin. If it’s a softcopy, then have an advantage of preserve it for later usage or can forward to concerned teams many times.

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Re: Why Engineers Can't Get Good Jobs
Mydesign   10/29/2012 1:07:51 AM
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Bobjengr, the easiest way to get an engineering job is either a reference made by some of the employees or by a known person. While starting my career I had sent "n' number of resumes to many companies and online job search sites, but nothing work it out.

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louie_Z   3/25/2013 5:34:06 AM
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Through Internet, it's now easy for job seekers to look and apply online. We have seen the helpfulness of technology. However, a recent report says that, due to technological improvements, computers and bots are killing middle class jobs at a growing rate, which might be the reason why unemployment rate in Washington and other parts of U.S. remains high. You may need a payday loan to pay for your expenses in the bad economy.

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