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BARCLAY BROWN - The JOB STALKER

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I’m Barclay Brown, The Job Stalker. With unemployment rates at record highs, and millions pinning their hopes on unemployment benefit extensions, the time is NOW for a fresh, new approach to job hunting! It’s not about sending endless resumes, filling out applications or searching for jobs online. It’s not about wandering aimlessly through networking events, job fairs or personnel offices. None of that works reliably in today’s tight job market.  Since 1980, I’ve been studying, teaching and using job stalking techniques to help everyone from janitors to vice presidents find, land and enjoy their dream jobs! I’ve led seminars, coached thousands of people, and teach job stalking through my podcast and upcoming book, “You’re Hired! Secrets of a Job Stalker.” Plans are in the works for a new radio show to bring these methods to a wider audience.   I’d love to talk with you about the job stalking approaches and and help your listeners with their job hunting situations.   Sample interview questions:  1.You say that sending out resumes doesn’t work—without a resume, how can someone ever get a job? 2.What if someone just doesn’t know what they want to do for a job? 3. What would you say to someone who has been laid off, has been job hunting for a number of months, and is frustrated, tired, discouraged and afraid? 4.How long should it take to find a job? 5. Is it best to keep an open mind about possible jobs or focus narrowly on one specific job objective? 6. Is it possible to find a job on the Internet? 7. How is job hunting different in today’s world, vs. say the world of the 90s when the economy was in rapid growth? 8. What are the best industries in which to look for jobs? 9.Give it to me step by step: what’s the best way to find a job? 10.You teach not to talk to personnel or human resources departments—why not? 11. What if you’ve been laid off in a down industry? Should you look for a job in that same industry or try to make a change?

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