Is "Where to go" Missing From Your Job Search

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Where do you go in job search, definitely is not the same question as where do you look. Job search is work. Hard work. When you do a good job at job search the results are, you get years of paychecks. Once you are hired, you realize truly how hard job search is and you appreciate having the job with the paycheck where you go in and now what to do daily, where to do it daily, who you need to work with daily, and why you do it daily. Being your own employer is decimals more difficult than working 9to5. How good you are at job search is the factor as to how soon you are back to a paycheck from an employer who is making all the decisions and you, you get to bask in being told what to do and shining because you did a great job today. So job seekers, when you are ready to get hired:

Stop looking in all the wrong places and target your job search and you will get hired in less than 30 days. Start with a plan. Research and match your skills to job titles. Write out a plan that navigates you to the company where that job title can get you hired. The questions to ask and answer today:

How do you decide where to go or not go to get a job?

What helps you decide where to go or not go to get a job?

Who helps you decide where to go to get a job?

When do you go out or not go out to get a job?

Why should you go or not go to get hired somewhere?

 

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