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December 13, 2011
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Jobs by State

Jobs of the Week

E-Mail Etiquette For Your Job Search

Job Posting Specials

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Job Postings By State As Of December 12, 2011
Alabama (1) | Alaska (0) | Arizona (1) | Arkansas (0) | California (19)
Colorado (6) | Connecticut (2) | D.C. (91) | Delaware (0) | Florida (17)
Georgia (12) | Hawaii (0) | Idaho (2) | Illinois (59) | Indiana (0) | Iowa (0)
Kansas (1) | Kentucky (1) | Louisiana (0) | Maine (0) | Maryland (27)
Massachusetts (4) | Michigan (12) | Minnesota (4) | Mississippi (0) Missouri (5)
Montana (0) Nebraska (1)Nevada (0)New Hampshire (1) New Jersey (9)
New Mexico (1) | New York (20) | North Carolina (2) | North Dakota (1) | Ohio (4)
Oklahoma (0) | Oregon (0) | Pennsylvania (21) | Rhode Island (1)
South Carolina (0) South Dakota (0) Tennessee (0) | Texas (11)
Utah (1) Vermont (0) | Virginia (74) | Washington (2)
West Virginia (0) | Wisconsin (1) | Wyoming (0)
Jobs of the Week

Director, Web Strategy and Operations: Washington, DC
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Development Officer: Lanham, MD
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E-Mail Etiquette For Your Job Search
E-mail has become the dominant form of communication for the job search. Although there are times when making a phone call is more appropriate, most employers prefer to receive e-mails from job seekers. As simple as it is to send a job application e-mail, there are some pitfalls. All of these can be avoided by following e-mail etiquette.

You should create a separate e-mail address so that it is easier to keep track of your correspondences. But beyond that suggestion, there are some other things you should keep in mind. One of the most common problems that I have seen is creating an acceptable e-mail subject line . Job seekers will too often write something like “regarding your job posting.” That is not nearly specific enough. An example of a good subject line would include the exact name of the position. For example:

Job SpecialFeatured Employer Special $545

Contact Janice Freedman with any questions, or for placement @ 973-401-0202 ext 219 or email at

What’s included:
* Online 30 day posting at
* Also posted at
* Listed in feature job section of main page of nonprofitjobseeker
* Banner ad to run for 30 days that ad is running, SITE WIDE
* Job tweeted to @nptjobs & thenonprofit times twitter list 3 x each
* All ads are automatically posted to our facebook career center page
* email blast to local candidates from the Nonprofit Times Database
* JOBS Banner on NPTJOBS enewsletter (299,910 circulation)
* BONUS: Ad will be posted in the Job of The Week section in our weekly eNewsletter

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