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Ask Not What You Can Do for the Government

Ask Not What You Can Do for the Government;

Ask What the Government Can Do for Your Business

Provided by Teena Rose, Resume to Referral

“… because not all resumes and cover letters are created equal.” Resume to Referral offers sample cover letters within "20-Minute Cover Letter Fixer," a sample brag book in "How to Design, Write, and Compile a Quality Brag Book," and sample pharmaceutical rep resumes in "Cracking the Code to Pharmaceutical Sales."

Women business owners are increasing substantially, and if they go through the proper channels there are several governmental organizations set up to play a support role in helping those companies thrive. But as many things associated with state and federal governments, a slow-moving bureaucracy can bog down by the process.

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High-powered Jobs Don’t Come Without Consequences

Katie Couric's recent announcement that she is leaving NBC's "Today" to become the next anchor for CBS News is the dawn of a new era at the network and for television news as a whole. The move also shines the spotlight on the issue of women and their role in high-powered jobs.

Beginning this fall, Couric will become the first woman to lead a network evening newscast alone when she begins her five-year deal as anchor and managing editor of the “CBS Evening News.” The third-place CBS hopes Couric’s celebrity can boost its sagging ratings and restore credibility to a network damaged by recent reporting missteps.

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