When you give information to employers, about you, that’s not relevant to them, you end up in the discard pile. Don’t treat your job search like a grocery list!
In honor of our 100th post, we thought we’d take the time to reflect on 100 blogs gone by, and share The Best of the 100 with you.
One thing I notice in job search is that we tend to spend a lot of time on The Resume as the primary carrier of our initial message to employers.
Are you sending out resumes and “hearing nothing back?” Maybe you need to focus your job search on employers that you specifically want to target for job opportunities. Here are 5 reasons why it’s a good idea.
The ONLY reason an organization will hire you is because you will help them solve their business problems. When you can articulate your ability to add value, as it aligns with the talent they are looking for, you stand a better chance of being picked as the perfect candidate!
When you spend the time to plan out your job search, do the research and prepare to succeed, you will get better results for your effort. You’ll also have a great interview story to tell about how you planned and executed your job search project!
Research shows that sitting on the big job boards is probably the least effective way to spend your job search time. A good job search starts with a clearly defined goal, and goes from there.
Could you put your best foot forward in an interview with only 3 hours of preparation? I think you can. Here’s how.