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Volunteering pays off in job hunt

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Computer skills taught in secret to maintain authority

She is a computer tutor to corporate big shots, giving pointers in the fine arts of opening e-mail attachments, navigating Excel spreadsheet and performing other PC chores the executives’ minions probably can do in their sleep.

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Featured Talent CIO, VP, Director John Watson

What Kind of Managers Target Their Own Jobs in Cost Cutting?

Shawn McEntee, a former finance director of a Greensboro, N.C., nonprofit group, tells potential employers that a dramatic decline in contributions cost him his job. He omits a crucial detail: He proposed the elimination of… Featured Career Opportunity of the Week- Media Relations Manager

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Phone Interviews Can Be A Deceptively Tricky Task

Last year, Kristy Lash was desperate to find a summer internship at a public-relations firm in the U.S. There was one problem: She was in Paris at the time. By KEMBA J. DUNHAM Staff Reporter…