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Annamarie Rogers

What information should be included in a 'job proposal'? Do you ask for an interview? Thx.

Julie Shenkman

@AnnaMarie, Thanks for your comment. Yes, in a job proposal you ask to meet. Here is a great article that our former Manager of Traffic wrote about how he landed his job at Beyond.com. He used a job proposal. We think that you'll find this article to be useful. http://www.eremedia.com/ere/i-filled-a-job-you-didnt-know-you-had/

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Emily McKinney
As Nexxt's Digital Marketing Copywriter, Emily understands job seekers trying to find their way. After starting out in fashion, then advertising, she has found her passion — writing.

Julie Shenkman
As Social Media Manager for Nexxt, Julie hears from job seekers and career professionals every day, and she endeavors to write articles that address common concerns.

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Chief Marketing Officer at Nexxt, Joe focuses on writing from his perspective, trying to help job seekers of all kinds be heard.

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