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This is the first broadcast episode of the Global Job Market, where we will be discussing the current economic conditions of the world, and how that affects the global employment situation and people's attitudes. We will also show you how to be the CEO of your own life, which is something you probably didn't learn in school.
Charlie, Chaleb and I discuss how people are working multiple jobs, as well as starting their own businesses, to make ends meet in today's economy. We'll also start a promotion to give our Kindle Ebook away. "Gorilla Tactics for a Successful Local and Global Job Search"
Who says hiring staff has to be difficult?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been recruiting leaders and staff for organizations for more than 40 years. He has evaluated more that 400000 resumes and filled more than 1100 positions.
He is the host of "No B. S. Job Search Advice Radio on BlogTalkRadio" and "Job Search Radio" on WebTalkRadio.net.
He has created more than 500 videos about hiring and job search and publishes "No B. S. Hiring Advice Ezine" and "No B. S. Job Search Advice Ezine." You can receive a complimentary subscription to either of both at his website.
On this show, Jeff discusses the current job market.
How the Hidden Job Market Created a New Job for Joseph Troyanovich
Rod’s guest Joe Troyanovich (Research Scientist) will take us on his journey of the lows of an unexpected downsizing through the power of volunteerism to ultimately landing a wonderful position through the Hidden Job Market. Joe will inspire and motivate you with his story. As he says, “If Joe can do it so can you!”
And in our Q&A / Mailbag portion of the show, Rod will answer your most challenging career management questions.
in Self Help
Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ tells us how to beat the tight job market with the new free money economy.
This segment of Own Your Career will cover the Secrets to the Hidden Job Market.
The Hidden Job Market is the name given to all the opportunities out there that are unadvertised, either because a company wants to find candidates through its employees' networks or because no such position currently exists.
You must depend on your own ingenuity to identify potential opportunities at an intriguing company, do your homework to determine what that company truly needs, then figure out how to create an attractive, value-added position. Finally, you need to “sell the concept.”
Join Rod Colon in this segment of Own Your Career ...
In today's episode, we'll discuss a number of job fields that are rapidly becoming irrelevant in today's job market, and why. We will also discuss why many job seekers have become disallusioned with the job market, and what they can do to revive their conficence in the American dream.
The economy and job market has changed and impacted lives and careers of many in a variety of occupations. Don’t wait for change to happen, take charge and be the change you need to be. Shirley Gutkowski RDH, BSDH speaks with Beth Thompson founder of Careerfusion about staying on top of your game to be a resource for success and not become disposable. Careerfusion is an event that works with you on finding your passion, developing concrete skills, provides super charged networking opportunities with hiring decision makers, and offers members on going mentorship.
Beth A. Thompson, RDH, BS, FACE, OM provides industry consulting services, Continuing Education programs, Corporate Recruiting and Placement, was the Editor in Chief for Contemporary Oral Hygiene for over six years, and is also the director and founder of Careerfusion, LLC, the 1st and only resource for dental clinician career advancement.
Careerfusion is where Beth shares her years of varied successful experiences with those interested in pursuing new as well as nontraditional career directions within health care, based on their educational and professional experiences. Careerfusion, LLC includes training resources, mentoring, and coaching.
For more information on Careerfusion visit the website at www.careerfusion.net.
Do you have a topic you'd like to discuss on Cross Link Radio? E-mail Gaylene Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We just heard that the unemployment rate is now the lowest it’s been in many years. More jobs are being created and more are now available, but how does the national jobless report affect commercial real estate professionals? Are more jobs available and at what salary? Are these the jobs that you want? Do your skills and experience fit the jobs that are available? What jobs will be available in the future and will you need to learn new skills? Has the recession caused a “brain drain” in commercial real estate? These and other questions will be discussed with our panel of experts: Bob Poline of Poline Associates and Kent Elliot of RETS Associates.
John Mikaelian, a first-generation college student, currently attends San Diego State University as a Marketing major. Before attending college at the age of 22, he managed day-to-day operations of his father’s small business when he was just 18 years old. Later, he worked for medium to large retail businesses including Sears, Best Buy, Toyota of Santa Monica, and U.S. Bank. After working in the retail industry for approx. five years and becoming a top sales performer, John decided to attend college and earn a college degree.
In September 2012, John published his first book, Reality Check: A College Student’s Survival Guide, to share his knowledge and experiences of his professional and educational careers with his peers. As a first-generation college student, John faced many challenges and he was under the impression that he had fallen behind compared to his peers. As a result, he completed 32 units (9 classes) during the Spring 2012 semester at LA Valley College and Pasadena City College with a 3.1 GPA for the semester. By doing so, it allowed him to graduate sooner and eventually transfer to San Diego State University.
Reality Check: A College Student’s Survival Guide is the ONLY college survival guide written by a current college student, young adult and it uses a unique conversational tone, which makes it an easy, attention-grabbing read. It is a thought-provoking wake-up call for college students and young adults, as it helps them make informed personal decisions and maximize their college experience. After reading the book, readers will be able to utilize social media with minimum exposure of their personal information, handle peer pressure, manage their
Charlie Soeh brings US Senate candidate Brenda Lenard back to discuss the major issues facing the American people.
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