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Mark Gilbert
10/09/08 03:03 PM
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I love the response from Larry. He is absolutely right. The part I take objection to is the lumping of recruiters into a single negative category. Any recruiter that would tell you to lie, and mis-represent yourself is not worthy of representing you. Having said that, a recruiter that preps you properly is worth his/her weight in gold. All to often people under interview, and neglect selling thier skills honestly and properly. So I say to larry, and all of you, write a strong resume, (check out "writing a good resume at www.eda-careers.com), and make sure you show the true passion you feel about your skills and career goals. Be honest, be yourself, but remember, interviewing is an audition, and if you want the part, audition, interview like you do!

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*You mean there is a right and wrong way to interviewing - think American IdolLarry  10/09/08 03:03 PM
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