10 Job Search Tips that Take Less than One Minute

October 23, 2011 at 4:07 am Leave a comment

http://www.careerealism.com/job-search-tips-one-minute/


  • Identify what is most important to you – geographic location, industry or company. This will drive all your future decision on job opportunities.
  • Hold yourself accountable. Tell someone (a friend, a coach, a family member) each week what you plan to do to move your job search forward that week. Saying it aloud to someone else and having them follow-up with you often results in increased productivity.
  • Scan the business section. A quick read of your local paper or news website’s business section can tell you a lot about what’s going on in your industry. You should know which companies have major projects in the works, which executives are moving up (or out) and how you could help a company with their next big move.

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