Do You Have a Job Interview Horror Story?

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Resume Writing Firm offers Prizes for the most bizarre, humiliating or humorous story

Many job seekers have had an experience with an interview they wish they could forget or may wish to remember because of the humor of the event.

Instead of keeping it all to yourself or seeking therapy, now is your chance to tell that story and be rewarded with career tools to transform your life for the better!

Did you get trapped in an elevator or show up at a company only to find they had gone out of business? Maybe the interviewer asked you get them coffee or took phone calls from their spouse or children during the interview? Did you say something that you wish you could have taken back?

The Write Resume, a resume writing and interview coaching firm, is offering a grand prize of a complete resume package and one hour of interview coaching to the job seeker with the best story.

“Every job seeker has had an interview that turned out to be a nightmare, whether it was funny or bizarre,” said Kathy Sweeney, president of The Write Resume. “I would like to reward the individual with the best story with assistance that will catapult their career.”

Submissions for the contest will be accepted from December 9, 2004 until January 5, 2005. Visit http://www.awriteresume.com/interviewstory.htm for complete contest details and submission requirements.

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