land your dream job!
You're Hired! Job Search Strategies That Work, puts you to work in learning how to use ‘best practices’ to land your ‘dream’ job.
Searching for and landing a job can be a stressful, demoralizing experience, especially, if you don’t know how to do it properly. The ‘old ways’ don’t work anymore.
Finding rewarding work … is work!
You're Hired! Job Search Strategies That Work is available in several formats to meet your needs.
Download now in your favorite electronic format.
Only $6.99 USD
Do any of these points resonate with you?
You are tired, bored … of your current job and want to secure a better, more rewarding job than the one you currently have.
You want to land your dream job in the field of your choosing.
You are new to the work force and are looking for a great first job.
You are returning to the workforce after an extended absence and want a job where you can use your life experiences.
But just haven’t managed to because …
You’re not sure how to update or even create a resume.
You haven’t a clue as to where to begin.
You feel nervous about going for a job interview.
You lack confidence or feel that you aren’t good enough.
You’ve had bad experiences with job searching in the past.
You don’t know how to get references.
You suffer from imposter syndrome, feel embarrassed, too old, too young, too whatever…
- Understanding the psychology of job-searching
- Envisioning your success
- Crafting & fine-tuning your resume
- Creating your network web of contacts
- Leveraging your references
- How to excel at interview questions
Program Content?Here's whats covered
You're Hired! Job Search Strategies That Work
The on-line e-course is composed of 15 Lessons & 68 Videos
The books are composed of 15 chapters coinciding with the on-line course
Your Ticket to Job Searching Success
Creating Your Network Web
Effective Job Interview Tactics
Common Job Interview Mistakes
& How to Prevent Them
Job Searching & Interview Tips
From the Pros
Personal Marketing & Promotion
Learn effective interviewing skills
A job interview isn't the place to 'wing it.' This course offers suggestions on how to answer questions and what the Interviewer might be looking for.
Job searching can be overwhelming
We help empower you and level the playing field.
Tie Down Techniques
We share 'closing' techniques from the sales world to land your job.
Listless? We have solutions.
We help organize your job-search strategies.
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