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Job Hunting In a Tough Job Market

The economy is finally improving, and it’s a great time to get ready for your next job. Join us for a career expert’s tips on how to be more competitive in a tight job market.
The session will cover:
How to audit your personal brand
How to make good use of your personal and online networks
How to enhance your online visibility
How to optimize your resume
How to be prepared to take immediate action when an opportunity presents itself
Join the Financial Security for All Community of Practice and our featured presenter Candace Moody.
The Conference is scheduled for Thursday, July 19th from 12:30-2 EST
Her bio can be found at http://www.extension.org/pages/64524/job-hunting-in-a-tough-job-market
You can join us by clicking https://connect.extension.iastate.edu/fsa
You will be able to hear the presenter and view her presentation, and can comment or ask questions using the real time chat session.
I will have the honor of being the moderator for this session. I hope you can join us. No RSVP is required and the web conference will be archived on the bio page within 7 days of the presentation.

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