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1.       Love of Turkey
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 07 Aug 2007 Tue 03:37 pm

What is the best way for searching a job?

2.       AEnigma III
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 07 Aug 2007 Tue 04:00 pm

Quoting Love of Turkey:

What is the best way for searching a job?



Persuade other TC members to give up their jobs, then have them for yourself! Ouhhh wait....you already tried that! lol lol lol

3.       Love of Turkey
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 07 Aug 2007 Tue 04:03 pm

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

What is the best way for searching a job?



Persuade other TC members to give up their jobs, then have them for yourself! Ouhhh wait....you already tried that! lol lol lol



So I am very clever haha No,I am trying to change my job..

4.       Pizza
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 08 Aug 2007 Wed 09:15 am

Quoting Love of Turkey:

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

What is the best way for searching a job?



Persuade other TC members to give up their jobs, then have them for yourself! Ouhhh wait....you already tried that! lol lol lol



So I am very clever haha No,I am trying to change my job..



Ok come to my country and have my joblol

5.       HomeSick
137 posts
 08 Aug 2007 Wed 09:18 am

Best way of searching a job is knowing what kind of jobs you can get

6.       Love of Turkey
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 08 Aug 2007 Wed 09:20 am

Quoting HomeSick:

Best way of searching a job is knowing what kind of jobs you can get



It is very clear..Another way?

7.       Love of Turkey
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 08 Aug 2007 Wed 09:21 am

Quoting Pizza:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

What is the best way for searching a job?



Persuade other TC members to give up their jobs, then have them for yourself! Ouhhh wait....you already tried that! lol lol lol



So I am very clever haha No,I am trying to change my job..



Ok come to my country and have my joblol



You become jobless then

8.       Pizza
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 08 Aug 2007 Wed 10:13 am

Quoting Love of Turkey:

Quoting Pizza:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

What is the best way for searching a job?



Persuade other TC members to give up their jobs, then have them for yourself! Ouhhh wait....you already tried that! lol lol lol



So I am very clever haha No,I am trying to change my job..



Ok come to my country and have my joblol



You become jobless then



i have my second option, im planning to resign here anyway coz i found a new one

9.       Love of Turkey
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 08 Aug 2007 Wed 10:18 am

Quoting Pizza:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

Quoting Pizza:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

Quoting AEnigma III:

Quoting Love of Turkey:

What is the best way for searching a job?



Persuade other TC members to give up their jobs, then have them for yourself! Ouhhh wait....you already tried that! lol lol lol



So I am very clever haha No,I am trying to change my job..



Ok come to my country and have my joblol



You become jobless then



how much you will earn?

i have my second option, im planning to resign here anyway coz i found a new one

10.       catwoman
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 08 Aug 2007 Wed 12:15 pm

Quoting Love of Turkey:

What is the best way for searching a job?


Make a private web site (or just start a blog, not here though!) where you can describe your personality, your likes and dislikes, your strengths and weaknesses, what you do in your free time, past experiences, skills, education... etc. They may stumble on it and recruit you!

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