The movie "High Fidelity," released in 2000, contains some great advice for job seekers, career adviser Jamie Gadette writes in this blog post. For instance, a resume should be like a mix-tape, created to please a specific audience and capture their interest, Gadette writes. Candidates also must remember the new-relationship luster wears off, so they should find a job they can commit to, she suggests. "Write down a list of your short-term needs and long-term goals to see if they align with each company before you accept an offer," Gadette advises.

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