trouve super cool et très attirant, votre fiche a retenu toute mon
attention car vous correspondez bien à mes attentes. Je suis un nouvel
inscrit et j'ai tenté de joindre une photo mais la quantité ou le format du
fichier est insupportable donc la photo n'a pu être prise en compte par le
site par-contre je peux vous envoyer quelques photo de moi par mail et
pourquoi pas profiter pour faire connaissance par échange de mails car la
distance qui nous sépare ne nous laisse pas vraiment de choix. Amicalement
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Alison Doyle is a job search and employment expert with many years of experience in human resources, career development, and job searching, with a focus on online job searching, social media, professional networking, and employment trends and technologies. She has covered job searching for About.com since 1998.
Alison is the author of Alison Doyle's Job Search Guidebook, Internet Your Way to a New Job: How to Really Find a Job Online and the About.com Guide to Job Searching.
- About.comJob Search Expert, 1998 - present
- Skidmore CollegeAssociate Director, Career Services, 1991 - 2010
- Tri-State Retail SystemsExecutive Administrative Manager, 1984 - 1991
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