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7 Steps To Landing (And Keeping) A New Job

Guest blogger George A. Santino was born into a family living in poverty in Philadelphia’s violent Tasker Street Projects. He was subjected to his alcoholic father’s fits of temper as he tried to earn money for himself by selling tomatoes from … More » 7 Steps To Landing (And Keeping) A New Job is a post from TheGrindstone - Tips on career, business & work place for women, including interview advice, resume help and strategy and office style.
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