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Michelle Mitchell rocks as host to new Phenomenal Women Group radio show which debuted Tuesday, October 30, 2007 at 7:00 PM.  This week's segment, How To Get Hired -- And Not Get Fired was a well of information for job seekers and employees looking to climb the corporate ladder.  Expert guest, "Lady C," Vice President of a well-known financial company, was a smash hit as she poured out a sea of information on how to ace that job interview, what makes a winning resume, how to network to land that job, and so much more.  Callers constantly engaged with popular questions job seekers and employees want to know. Others inquired online; but all questions were presented and answered in a stimulating and informative way.  If you would like to hear what all the buzz is about, log on to


http://www.blogtalkradio.com/TPWG/2007/10/30/How-to-get-Hired-not-fired

And be sure to tune in every Wednesday at 7:00 pm for Michelle's next Phenomenal Women Group feature.


http://www.blogtalkradio.com/TPWG


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