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- Durham Tech Human Resources Development (HRD) courses provide skills assessment, employment skills training, and career development and enhancement. HRD courses are offered in short sessions to equip you with the knowledge, values, and practical skills essential to applying for, keeping, and advancing in your job. HRD courses are FREE for qualified participants. Qualified participants are unemployed, have been notified of a lay-off, or are underemployed. Underemployed persons are working part time and/or are eligible for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit.
Other Job Search Information*
- NC Works Online – provides information about job openings, occupations, labor market analysis, and links to services
- The Best Advice I Ever Got: In the Game of Life, Know the Rule of Thirds, LinkedIn
- Tell Them You Want the Job!: A few hints and items to consider before, during, and after, your job interview.
- Dress for Success: A program that provides qualified women with free professional attire for an interview or a new job.
- 2014 articles about résumé tips, The Huffington Post
- 10 Job Search Mistakes of New College Grads, MonsteR.com
- 6 Job Search Tips for Recent College Graduates
- Facebook Social Jobs Partnership
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