Looking for a job is a lot more daunting today than it was in the past because of employers using social media, video interviews, group interviews, outsourcing through private employment agencies and other methods to weed out applicants whom they feel do not qualify. The human factor in many cases has been eliminated. Whether you are a graduate just out of college, middle-aged or a senior looking to advance your career or looking for a new career, or someone who has been displaced as a result of layoff or merger, how do you navigate through the complex maze of eliminators in order to successfully compete for a job? We call on an expert in career planning and development to assist with this important program, Ms. Terry Pile, M.Ed., GCDF, and owner of Career Advisors in Seattle, Washington. Ms. Pile is one of the foremost authorities on career planning in America and has been a regular contributor and adviser to our empowerment magazine, The College World Reporter (CWR) for years. Click here to view her article, "Job Seeking: Employment Agency, Recruiter, Counselor or Coach?" Ms. Pile will share her thoughts about opportunities that workers may be overlooking, and the best ways to prepare and compete for employment in today's ultra competitive global job marketplace.
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