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DWD > Job Seekers > Tips for Job Search > Approach Potential Employers Approach Potential Employers

Step 4: Approach EmployersNow that you have a resume in hand, you're closer to your real goal - a successful interview.

What's next? More research.

You can find the answers you're looking for at your local WorkOne Center, public library, Chamber of Commerce or other local job search sources. You may also research your company online. Remember, you're looking for information on:

  • The company. Its ownership, managers, employees, history, philosophy, successes, etc.
  • The products. What it produces. How much the products cost. Where the products are available. Who uses the products.
  • The industry. Its future. The company's overall rank in size and sales. The competition.
  • Additional information or references

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