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WE can help you limit your job search time. Each show is 30 minutes or less,
Find a job in less than 30 days
Ex-offenders you can find jobsPart 1 and Part 2
Any Military skills can transfer to civilian jobs
Military friendly businesses need you to make them want t hire you
Always approach job finding anticipating getting the job
Attitude matters most in your job search
Be prepared to answer the question, why you left your last job, honestly yet creatively.
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Your past job title and salary was great. You had senority. You enjoyed the status of the job. Now you are jobless and this is now an employers market. You could or could not be worth all you earned in the past, but the past is the past. Expecting the same job title, salary, and statues in a new job could be what's hurting your opportunity for employment. When you go in expecting the world and you are offered a cubical it's understandable you may be disappointed. But this could be a company that will provide you with the things you desire in time, based on your performance. It could be this is the kind of company that invest in the workers rather than in the work environment itself. Review what you expect in a job. Decide what is and is not negotiable. Remember job expectations could be unreasonable in this employer's market and this could cause a longer job search, and limitied opportunities. The one thing that's true for you and everyone seeking work. The longer you search, the longer you are out of the job market, the more outdated your skills and your work history becomes, and the more you are assuring yourself you likely will not reach the life goals you set for yourself. Keep a work plan going. Change expectations as needed as you continue to advance your work life.
Hiring happens slower and the pay could be a lot less when job seekers are in abundance and jobs are not. Times like these are known as an employers market. An employers market puts the employer in the drivers seat of a bus full of willing passengers. During a time of an employers market, job expectations that are unrealistics extends job search big time. There are some things you need to do differently to get back to a paycheck. Ask yourself, how old is old.
On this podcast, Jeff shares his observations from watching yesterday's game and discusses the things job hunters can learn from it.
Who says job hunting has to be so hard?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping people find work by recruiting, providing great information and coaching without any BS for more than 40 years. He is a PrestoExperts.com job hunting expert.
You can receive a complimentary subscription to No B. S. Job Search Advice Ezine (a $499 value) at www.TheBigGameHunter.us. While you're there, explore the great content and job search tools to help you find work.
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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To get a job you have to show yourself as ready to work. If you don't show yourself the perfect employee you won't get the job. You're not getting the job, right. Why not?
Thanks for stopping by for today's show. Today we will talk with you about things to do to keep yourself working hard to get hired.
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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.
Tonight on Own Your Career
Rod Colon’s Job Search Checklist
An Inside Look at the Logic and Process of Rod’s Award Winning System
Host: Rod Colon
Date: Monday, March 23, 2015
Time: 9:00 PM (ET) / 8:00 PM (CT)
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In this episode of Own Your Career host Rod Colon will answer your career management and job search questions plus ...
9:00 PM: Rod Colon’s Job Search Checklist
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Your local employment office is a job search tool. Use this tool and speed up the job finding process. 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 to all that I would say so what. Months of being unemployed shows you don't know what tools to use to get a job quickly. Unless you was a job finder in you career, you need a job finder to help you develop job finding techniques. You are in the right place to get a job.
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 on the job and got to work. You knew exactly what to do, when to do it, who to see, when to take a break. ore than a business owner could reap profits having all the plans for success in mind rather than on paper.
I'm going to teach you how to get hired in 30 days. Listen and begin your 30 days to a new job.
I'll be sharing with you several shows in the next 30 days to speed up your job search process. Today's tool to make use of is your local employment office. At the office you will have staff to help with career counseling; fax machines; computers; telephones; how to CDs; daily newspapers; and job referrals. Many people take the local employment office for granted and extend the job finding process.
Looking for a job without a plan is like trying to tell time on a clock without hands. Narrow job search and search by industry, zip code or occupation. Once you know the job you desire, get an up-to-date title and go for it. Develop a plan and make it happen. Visit www.myskillsmyfuture.org to update your job title and fo search out other jobs you currently qualify for based on skills, education and work hisotry. Use the internet search engines to locate companies based on industry, zip code or occupation. Job search in same industries result in less research for you the job seeker. Also providing a resume for the job you want is less time consuming when you are searching in the same industry. Compile a resume to match each individual job you seek. Compile a master application. Prepare to discuss the position you are applying to get. Practice interviewing. Wear the right outfit. Read more
Despite assurances from the mass media that the economy has improved, employees remain vulnerable to restructurings and layoffs. Downsizing is rippling through the energy sector in response to the fall in oil prices, while tech giant IBM is poised to announce the biggest round of cutbacks in its history. Tonight we will look at the dynamics of searching for a job in today's employment market. Networking is critical, as well as a structure to guide one through the pitfalls of an experience that is simultaneously daunting and liberating.