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Seattle Times: Your salary is no one's business when seeking a job
Seattle Times: Talking shop in interview can help win job you really want
Seattle Times: Quality contacts, carefully nurtured, are key to networking
CNet/TechRepublic: Why do jobs disappear in the middle of the hiring process?
CNet/TechRepublic: How can I get a company to increase its offer?
CMP Media - EE Times: When your Rolodex isn't enough
CMP Media - CRN: What should you do when your interviewer doesn't make the grade?
Yahoo!: How should I present my salary requirements?

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CMP Media - Electronic Engineering Times: Passive job hunters, or passive employers?
Yahoo!: Don't defend your resume
How to decide how much you want
Jobs aren't hot; people are

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CNet/TechRepublic: Job Fairs: Ten real truths
Radio Ink: Five interviewing techniques to avoid, or risk being called "mud"
Put a free sample in your resume
Top ten stupid hiring mistakes
The working interview

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