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Dear Theo...I got the job!

Discussion in 'Career clinic' started by snowflakesfalling, Nov 21, 2015.

  1. snowflakesfalling

    snowflakesfalling Occasional commenter

    Dear Theo...I finally did it...thanks very much to you for all advice and links and everyone who has helped also. Highly recommend the executive summary (which my new employer liked "made it hard NOT to select you for interview" ) and the mind mapping technique...delighted to be moving on from my present post
     
  2. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

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    Yippee!

    You're a Star, a Sparkly Star, @snowflakesfalling


    And I expect that other posters will want to congratulate you too, as you give them hope for their own job seeking.


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    You've really done yourself proud with that job offer, so you get a star!

    Now go and read the advice for the next stage:

    Got a job offer? What to do next!


    How to resign - get that resignation letter right!



    And if you have even more time, read this one too:

    Get yourself organised!


    Yes indeed - Heads often say something similar when someone includes a good executive summary!



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    Best wishes
     
  3. digoryvenn

    digoryvenn Lead commenter

    Very well done and congratulations.:D:D
     
  4. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    How come I missed this? Sorry this is a little late. Anyway extremely well done!
    Time to break out the [​IMG]
    seeing as how you can't do 'the bubbly' being Sunday night. ;)
     
  5. snowflakesfalling

    snowflakesfalling Occasional commenter

    Just to encourage others with longer careers.I am a teacher of 25 years experience and thought I was "stuck" in the same job for the rest of my career. Keep going everyone! It can work!
     

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