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Unfortunately, the vast majority of jobs, particularly those with competitive applicant pools are not obtained simply by submitting a thoughtful cover letter and a well-crafted resume.
Five Tips to Help You Nail Your Next Interview
The most important component to getting a great job or internship is being able to ask good questions and make a positive first impression.