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Tips to Get Your Foot in the Door
The big question in your tech job search shouldn't be whether you'll ever find a job, but how you're going to land the job that's perfect for you.
Find out from your college career service office which companies participate in your school's recruiting program or job fairs.
Tech companies are continuously on the lookout for qualified candidates to help them keep up with the rapid expansion of their industry. While insiders agree that internships are the number one way to break into the business, there are other ways to get yourself noticed:
Surf the Web
Participate in On-Campus
Build a Network of Contacts
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