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Talk Credit Radio: Finding the Perfect Job

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Today on Talk Credit Radio

Friday, May 13, 2011

Host Gerri Detweiler will talk with Judi Perkins about how to find the perfect job, even in today’s tight job market. Judi Perkins is known as the “How-To Career Coach.” She was a recruiter for 22 years, and during that time worked with hundreds of hiring authorities, helping them hire for entry level positions through CEO. She set and followed up on more than 15,000 interviews and has seen over half a million resumes. She is also the author of a new book, Demystifying Headhunters: Everything You Need to Know About Partnering With A Recruiter. She’ll reveal the three biggest mistakes job seekers make, and share the best ways to stand out in an interview.

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Find the Perfect Job! »

Also on Friday’s program, Credit.com’s Christopher Maag will explore the world of subprime loans. Payday loans, title loans and other high-cost options harm consumers…but what happens when they’re gone?

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A World Without Subprime? »

Every week, host Gerri Detweiler also answers listener’s credit questions. If she uses your question on the air, you’ll win a copy of one of her books. Submit your question on the Credit.com Facebook page or call 941-954-1280 during the live broadcast.

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