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/ Asked by Cade H.
I agree with the post above in that you should showcase the classes you've taken or the projects in school you've worked on.   Often times those experiences are very relatable to jobs you may apply to.  Take the time to highlight your leadership skills, teamwork, engagement on campus, etc....

/ Asked by Lu M.
Hi, Try contacting the local courthouse where the case was filed.  I beleive you can ask for the record to be removed since there was no conviction.   Also, you could contact an attorny and seek their advice.

/ Asked by Cynthia S.
Couple things I would recommend are applying to Temp agencies as way to get your foot in the door at local companies.  This will give you the opportunity to brush up on your skills and to try out different employers to see which company could be a good match for you.   Another suggest...

/ Asked by Sue E.
You could do alot with an English degree!   Techical Writing/Editor, Cirriculum Developer, Project management,  communications, Marketing, etc.!   Alot of what you could do will depend on what you have done, and what you want to do.

/ Asked by Tanya L.
I think this really depends on the industry and position you are applying for.   In my experience, if the job is posted on line and asks you to apply on-line - you should follow that process.   However, if the job is posted, and asks that you apply by sending in your resume/cv to...

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