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Go find some cool accounts, figure out who's got interesting Tweets, and follow them. Create a habit of a few minutes a few times a day keeping up on happenings in your spheres of interest.
Staring at resumes doesn't convey enough.
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People love it when you show genuine interest in them and their work.
Looking for a new job is not just something you have to do. Your job hunt is your craft.
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"Should I lower my standards? Maybe getting into that company I love is too much of a long shot. Maybe I should just apply for any job that seems tolerable." It sounds like a reasonable thought at first glance. But