Job Search Tools to Make Use of When You Want a Job

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Job Seekers all too often think they have all their ducks in a row. Thinking you can get the job (done), and getting the job (done) can be the biggest lie you have ever told yourself. Yes, you are educated. You worked the last 10 years and you was an exceptional employee. Well all that I would say is a plus for your resume. But unless you was a job finder, none of that is going to help you find someone willing to pay you a salary.

Job search is difficult. Make no bones about it. Job search is mind, body and time consuming. Job search is boring for most people. Job search is stressful. Job Search WorkShop will take the stress out of the job finding process. Our goal is to prepare you to get the job, based on your individual needs. We want you to tell us what you need and we will air that show for you. 

Job search requires lots of things being covered if not daily, definitely weekly. As an employee you arrived at work and worked. You knew exactly what to do, when to do it and when to take a break.

Job search requires you to be the boss. You are no longer an employee in name nor in activities. You have to plan a strategy that will bring you the profit you desire. A job searcher can not keep the plans to get hired in their head and expect success, any more than a business owner could reap profits having all the plans for success in their mind rather than on paper.

Learn how to get hired in 30 days. Listen to my shows. Then begin your 30days to a new job.

In the next several shows to come, we'll talk job search tools that will speed up the job finding process. Today's job search techniques. Tools that will take you whereever you need to go to meet whomever you need to meet. Job search techniques are the tools job search job searchers take for granted, never use to its fullest potential or misuses badly.

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