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Do a thorough search.

Use your local resources, professional organizations, and the Internet to identify candidates.

Word of mouth is often reliable, but sometimes not. You might want to ask colleagues in similar businesses for their recommendations.

Hiring someone from out of town may give you a fresh perspective.

Have several candidates from which to choose.

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