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Great resources, Chandlee.

Especially the Meetup.com -- will have to share with my clients. Thank you!

Rosa

What a comprehensive list! And I love that you started with assessing strengths because it is fundamental to every job search. How can people create compelling cases for their services -- whether in a resume or at interview -- if they're not entirely sure what it is they are offering and where their passions lie? Love that! Great resources.

Chandlee:

Super resources! Sometimes I forget about the Riley Guide- shame on me, you are right, it is a classic.

I loved how you explained using Twitter "...no mutual agreement required to connect." I think that's what makes it such a rich experience. It provides an opportunity to network with people you never could otherwise.

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