Projecting negativity can dim job chances

Using a generic cover letter, not letting friends and family know you're looking for work and being negative when interacting with employers can hurt your chances of finding a job, experts say. "Employers don't want to hire someone who's going to bring past problems or frustrations to their workforce," says Joanie Ruge, senior vice president of Monster.com.

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