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After three years of being unemployed I’ m looking for every advantage to get a new job. One place to begin is with your cover letter. I’ve tried many ideas and slants, some worked, some didn’t.

TheResumeBuilder.com says, “When it comes to applying for a job, you have to present the most perfect version of yourself on paper, and then later in person. ”

But after some time, I looked for help. There’s many good resources on the Internet. One is Amazing Cover Letters. Don’t let the name fool, as it is rather self-promoting, but they have good ideas and resources.

They can help you create a new cover letter or clean up one that you created. Amazing Cover Letters does the job. We need help in this economy. Check out Amazing Cover Letters, and let them help you.

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Unemployed job seekers are entitled to some tax breaks, but most people have only a hazy idea of what they are.

Let’s say you’re out of work and buy new clothes — and, while you’re at it, get a new haircut — for job interviews. Then suppose you use your home office as a base, and travel to meet with prospective employers. In the evenings, you’re taking classes to learn new marketable skills outside your current field. It’s all tax-deductible, right?

http://management.fortune.cnn.com/2011/02/09/your-job-hunt-may-be-tax-deductible/

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