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    America is a land of opportunity. First, Steve Jobs achieved his personal dreams through commitment. In addition, passion drove Ashton Eaton to winning gold medals in the olympics. Finally, determination is what led Derek Jeter to winning five world series. The American Dream can be difficult to achieve, but Michael Oher achieved it through hard work. The American Dream can be achieved through commitment, passion, and determination. Commitment is in fact a key factor to achieving the American Dream. For example, Steve Jobs was young and financially unstable. At this time, he had to commit to building Apple in his garage. It was Steve Job’s commitment to the company that led to Apple becoming a billion dollar business. Commitment is what led…

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    The Concept Of A Dream Job

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    The concept of a “dream job” for me is not a clearly defined term at this point. This is because as an entrepreneur, opportunities to make money are on a constant basis. For example, if an individual has a skill that they know how to market then that is a possibility for money. What if someone has multiple skills? Then those are multiple opportunities to make money. As for myself, one of my skills is music (specifically playing guitar) so this has become an outlet to make money. However, it is…

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    My Dream Job Analysis

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    Become acquainted with their hiring practices and available postions, (4) attend job fairs to research the availability of positions and identify and establish networking contacts. In this context, research local, profeswional organizations and make cold call to establish contacts. The journaling aspect of this process will, in effect, enable me to communicate with others, who, in many ways are experiencing the same issues that I am. Maintaining a daily journal of experiences will enable me to…

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    Dirty Little Dream Job

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    The Dirty Little Secrets of Getting your Dream Job “The Dirty Little Secrets of Getting your Dream Job” by Don Raskin is an exemplary present for junior and senior college students who are preparing to search for their first job and even recent college graduates who are looking to land their first job, a new one or finding career success. The book offers up to all necessary must know little secrets for marketing your job candidacy to landing and securing a dream job. The title itself is well…

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    The American dream is different for everyone, but we all share the common goal of hopefulness in a common future. People coming to America from other countries bring along new culture and traditions. People already living in America can show new people the american way of life, and how to fulfill their dream. Coming to America is a big deal for immigrants because there are more opportunities for them. There is better schooling and job for everyone here. That is the base of the American Dream.…

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    My Dream Job Essay

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    of things I look forward to fulfilling in my life. In highschool I plan to hold nothing less then a B-, in college I want to prepare myself for my career, I will work hard to obtain my dream job and deliver all other goals I dream of doing. As a sophomore in high school, I still have two more years left to achieve my high school goals. My first year in high school I rarely got my work turned in on time. My grades were low and I just didn’t really try much. I got my work done for the most part…

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    Dream Job Interview Essay

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    Landing your dream job often involves dealing with recruitment agencies. Whilst job boards and company connections are useful tools in the job hunting process, connecting with a recruiter can be quick way to get your foot on the career ladder. When it comes to dealing with recruiters, direct contact is often the best. So, what should you say and ask when calling recruiters? Here are tips to help you, along with samples of the script you could use. 1 Prepare before the call Before you make the…

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    The author Don Raskin said “it takes a lot of work to land your dream job,” but in his book called Getting Your Dream Job, he offers “everything you need to know to land your first job and find career success”. In order words, this guide reveals all the “dirty little secrets” to become an efficient jobseeker, and be work-ready. Getting your Dream Job is a book that all college students should keep on hand upon, and after graduation since these constructive advices and tips can be applied during…

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    The central idea of “Dream jobs: Movie Monster” by. Shelly Waldren is that being a monster actor can be harder than being a regular author. For example Ms. Waldren says “Playing a monster is different from playing a regular role. You still have to study a script, memorize lines and create your character’s voice and movement. But you also have to deal with additional challenges” this shows that when you have to play a monster you have to still do all the same things if you were to play a…

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    In the article 'Dream Jobs: Movie monster', by Shelly Walden, the central idea of the article is that it is very hard to be an actor who plays monsters. The reader can see an example of this when the author writes "The actor Boris Karloff was famous for playing Frankenstein’s monster in 1930s movies. He often spent five hours a day in the makeup chair. He reported for makeup as early as 4:00 a.m. to be ready for filming at nine. Then he worked up to 11 hours on the set while wearing boots…

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