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  • While most professionals write off career fairs as a means of finding a job,

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    according to the 2001 SHRM/Career Journal Poll Search Tactics Survey, over 70% of human resources departments participating rely on job fairs to recruit employees. They are not only great events for identifying employment opportunities, but also for expanding your network, honing your interview skills, learning industry information, gathering information about companies, and collecting business cards. Career fairs are good job seeking tools because you are able to make more contacts through employers and candidates just by being around forty or fifty companies and talking to your peers...

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  • "The Internet has changed the focus of a job search," explains Michael Worthington of ResumeDoctor.com. "Just because your resume is nice on paper, it doesn't mean it's nice on a computer." In fall 2002, ResumeDoctor.com asked more than 2,500 recruiters from a variety of industries what they see on resumes that they just can't stand, and created a list of the top 20 pet peeves. "This is what the industry is saying, so you better listen to it," Worthington warns. Here are the top 10 pet peeves from the survey and some advice from recruiters for eliminating them from your resume:

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  • The interview's set. Now you want to know if the potential employer does more than talk about diversity. Follow these tips to find out if the company has a proven commitment to hiring a wide range of people.

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