Job Search Lifecycle
You may believe you have job searching figured out, but you don't. Your
knowledge of job searching, prospecting tools and methods, interview
factors, recruiters, human resources, and hiring managers, and all other
information you have has been learned from the your perspective, not the
people doing the hiring. An educated job seeker secures a highly
desirable job at a high quality company. They don't settle for any old
job as millions of people do.
We know you did not go to school for job searching, develop a job
searching trade, or gain significant job searching experience in an
occupation. You are not expected to be an expert job seeker, just like
we are not experts in your field. You may believe you know a lot about
job seeking, but like other topics such as sports, gardening, or cooking
you are really not an expert like a trained chef, professional coach, or
Paul the Gardner Guy. Keeping an open mind to new systems, techniques,
and methodologies while searching for a job is paramount for success.
If you are finally serious about ending your job search, or spinning
your wheels in a job that is going nowhere, then absorb the contents of
this eBook and reach your objectives. It's not fluff. It's not theory.
It's not politically correct. It's what every serious job seeker needs
to understand how the game is played.
Job Search Lifecycle: Straightforward, Hard-Hitting, and Brutally Honest
Advice for Job Searching
1. Preparation - A Solid Foundation
2. Prospecting - Locating an Employer
3. Approaching - Contact Companies
4. Presenting - Interview Success
5. Closing - Securing a Job Offer
6. Motivation - Staying Aggressive
Exposed and corrected are numerous faulty job search misconceptions
people have developed throughout their life. This hard-hitting
information was developed by employment professionals. Consider this
your crash course in effective job searching. Nowhere online or in
bookstores will you find a more valuable resource with such forthright,
reliable, and time saving information. Employment is serious business.
This is your livelihood and your future. Do not expect gentle fluff
advice. We are not here to comfort your feelings and tell you what you
want to hear....
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