Finding a job in California

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I have worked as a Product Manager for products like SYmantec, Computer Associates etc. How should I approach to land jobs. I feel with the economy booming, I shouldn't have a problem.
ASKED: January 11, 2005  6:02 PM
UPDATED: January 12, 2005  8:21 AM

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The title you provided does not communicate what you have done or what you want to do. The most important task you must perform is to have a concise resume revealing your education and job history, job skills and a small paragraph explaining your professional goals. The resume is simply an brief outline to show the prospective employer your professional hightlights and importance as a future employee. Its purpose is to generate interest for a personal interview. My resume outlining 25 years is only 2 pages. You should try to get it all in one page. There are various resume templates available on the Net or in job search books at the public library. After you have the resume, place it on Monster.com, Dice and other online job searches. Get the classified section the largest Sunday paper in your area or their online want ads and search the job market. Your approach to the job search should be as having a 8-5 job. Have fun with the search and good luck.

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