Cut the Crap, Get a Job!

Candidates ignore basic job-search tips all the time, says Dana Manciagli, author of “Cut the Crap, Get a Job!” This includes typos on your resume, being late to an interview, or providing irrelevant information.

Candidates must understand that everything they do, say, or exhibit may be taken as an indication as how they will be as an employee. Being disorganized, sloppy, unprepared, and other cues are red flags and fatal to the prospects of landing the job.

Resources such as Dana Manciagli’s book or others can go a long way to making a candidate more aware of the iamge they present in person.

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