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What was the most weird but effective job seeking approach you\'ve used or heard about?

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What was the most weird but effective job seeking approach you\'ve used or heard about?

Postby Dave Jensen » Mon Jun 04, 2007 11:17 am

[THe following is a prompt from a Science Careers writer seeking story content]

My next article on Science Careers is called \"The Slightly Irreverent, Shake \'Em Up Job Search.\" In this article, I am going to describe some examples of people who have gone the extra mile to land a job.

I\'d love to have some examples of someone you know, or yourself personally, and their approach to job seeking that might fit the \"weird but effective\" category. Know anyone who took an unusual approach to getting an interview or networking? Please, post \'em here or send me private email,

Dave Jensen
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