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For many individuals, the idea of an employment search is one that can give rise to a feeling of unease. While the idea of searching through hundreds of job listings is daunting for some, others squirm at the idea of being under the microscope of one interview after another. Luckily, there are many resources that will take the pressure out of an employment search and allow individuals to find the job they want. Whether opting to use the services of a career counselor or a career center, one can not only brush up on the job skills they have but get the confidence they need.

Thanks to technology, the hunt for prospects has made the employment search much less difficult; especially when it comes to locating jobs across the country or even worldwide. Whether one is advertising positions or looking to find one, the advent of the internet jobsite has united individuals from across the globe. With a number of industries, from accounting to writing, individuals can find just what they are looking for. These jobsites also offer a vast amount of information to individuals in every stage of employment. Extra features such as forum boards and chat rooms allow jobseekers to interact and offer firsthand advice.

For those on their first employment search, using the services of a career center is one of the wisest moves to be made. The majority of students and graduates only get a light course on interviewing for a job and preparing a resume; however, there are many extra tips and guidelines that go into the preparation of landing a job. The intimidation factor of interviewing can be quite nerve wracking, especially when it is a brand new experience. A career counselor is well versed in various techniques and methods that can help a first time jobseeker get their foot in the door.

It is important for those currently in the throes of their employment search to stay busy and focused on finding available prospects. Too many jobseekers expect that work will just somehow magically show up. This means not only using career centers, counselors, jobsites and job fairs but networking with other jobseekers as well. The passing of information, commiserating and offering helpful advice allows future recruits to keep things in perspective. Of course it is also necessary to take a break from the hunt and keep one's mind active by participating in stimulating physical and mental activities. Keeping a positive attitude and seeing the silver lining is also the key to surviving until the next job comes along.




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Anniston Star

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Anniston Star
Anniston Army Depot Change of Command between Col. Brent T. Bolander and Col. Martine S. Kidd Thursday morning at the depot. Col. Martine S. Kidd during the change of command ceremony. She is the incoming commander. Photo by Bill Wilson / The ...
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Anniston Star

Anniston Army Depot fined for state pollution violations
Anniston Star
"Anniston Army Depot is fully committed to maintaining compliance with environmental regulations and being a good steward of the environment and the taxpayers' dollars," Tracy Williams, chief of the depot's environmental compliance and restoration ...

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Anniston Army Depot to host change of command ceremony - Anniston Star


Anniston Star

Anniston Army Depot to host change of command ceremony
Anniston Star
According to a Wednesday press release, the depot will host a change of command ceremony July 30 at its Nichols Industrial Complex. Col. Martine S. Kidd is set to assume command from Col. Brent T. Bolander, commander since Aug. 16, 2012 at the depot.

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Editorial: Our smaller Army - Anniston Star


Anniston Star

Editorial: Our smaller Army
Anniston Star
Here in Calhoun County, we know well the economic gut punch that comes when thousands of soldiers leave and civilian jobs are lost. ... We shudder to think what would happen if Anniston Army Depot or the National Guard training facility were no more.

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Outdoorsperson of the week: Edward Wood - Anniston Star


Outdoorsperson of the week: Edward Wood
Anniston Star
The past two seasons he has participated in the Wounded Warrior Hunts at the Anniston Army Depot where he was formerly employed for many years. Wood shot the biggest deer of his life on the Wounded Warrior Hunt. It was a large, wide-beamed 7-pointer.

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