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Job Search and Clocks, Two Things That Have a Lot in Common

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Today I'll talk about two things people take for granted everyday. Clocks and job search! Clocks are never thought of until you need to know the time. Job search is never thought of until you need a job. There are 3 things you can do, always, to get a job. I'll explain in today's show. Plan to spend job search time here. Whatever you want passionately you aquire. Every day gone is a day unretrievable. I value your time and I have nothing short of material to help you get hired in less than 30 days. Being unemployed for long periods of time is detremental to your thriving in years to come. You will find work again. That's a given. But you will see the years of being unemployed in your social security. In your ability to obtain loans in the future. Your work pattern is a photo of your abilities, attitude, and your personality. No one with a desire for success allows days to turn into years of unemployment and not have anything to show for that time gone by.

Job Search Workshop is a series of shows to guide workers and the jobless to employment successes. Find your first job. Get a promotion on your current job. Return to work after retiring. Get hired after being behind bars. Transition from military to civilian employment. Get help with referrals. Plan your job search first. Plan to spend job search time here. Call in on live shows. Research archived files. Contact us for written answers to your concerns. This workshop is to help you sweat your way to the job that provided great days and pleasure in retirement.

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