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Friday, September 25, 2009

Gillette Break

Climbing to the top on what they call success is a complex and tedious task to work on. Not unless you win your self millions of bills or hit a miracle jackpot on a daily lottery draw. Getting that shiny success is always a dream for a career man or even a ordinary laborer at the seaport, and knowing the points to consider on how to get one would be an advantage.

Consider Gillette Career Advantage as your adviser. Here Mark Jeffries and GQ style correspondent, Brett Fahlgren talks about how and what HR Departments are looking into an applicant or a employee.

Getting your first job or getting ahead of your current job is a "red sea" competition between you and other career oriented men. And having tools while swimming this sea is like cruising on yacht with state-of-the-art radar equipment. And with Gillette Career Advantage, you have two captains named Mark Jeffries and Brett Fahlgen. These two captains will help you navigate your way to reaching your desired career status with the right tools and style.

To benefit from the tools and these Captains, visit Gillette Resource Center for more information and guides for your future or current career.


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