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The smart & tactful way to a job in Norway.
Date: January 15, 2002

Dear Sir,

If you had asked me a year ago what I would be doing today, I probably would have answered, progressing in the early stages of my career. That's far from the truth. For the last five months I have been unemployed. I am 25 years old and I have a Master's in marketing management, but I have been unemployed for five loooong months. I just canít land that job. I have been walking in a circle full of rejections.

Before I stumbled upon your articles today, I thought there was something wrong with me. My skills werenít valuable enough; I didnít choose the right school for the type of job that I want; my last job just wasnít good enough; and so on Ė basically, I thought I sucked! To tell you the truth, sending out dozens of resumes, getting dozens of rejections, and going to interviews answering the same lame questions completely drained me of my motivation and self-respect.

No more! Your articles made me think "out of the box" about job hunting. I have never read more inspiring stuff. Truth is, the time I spent reading through all of them has been one of the most motivating hours of the last five months.

I would like to thank you for sharing your insight with me and others in my situation. Your approach is so right, it is smart and tactful and it will get me my dream job. I will not be a stagnating "cow" any longer. Thank you!!!





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