How typos and random applications can doom a job search

06/4/2013 | American City Business Journals

Job seekers that apply randomly for jobs and don't tailor their resume to each job may be undermining their search, career expert Dana Manciagli writes in this blog post. Other mistakes candidates make include not checking resumes and cover letters for typos and not using "power verbs" when describing skills, Manciagli notes. "The application process is not about you. It is about the person reading your application," she writes.

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