Finding a job, starting a career, or advancing a career in today’s world is not easy. It’s hard work, and unfortunately, it never stops! Wherever you might be on your career ladder, you will find yourself needing job-procurement techniques. The Expert’s Job-Seeking Methods will make that easy for you. The book’s objective is to provide you with all the tools, expertise, and skills you need to go about finding that new position for yourself. Whether you’re looking for your first job, a new advanced position, or a transition from one career to another, the system outlined here will provide you with the job-seeking skills you need. You will gain self-mastery that allows you to control your job search. You’ve probably heard the old saying that best describes self-mastery: “Give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day, but teach a man to fish and he’ll eat for a lifetime.” The Expert’s Job-Seeking Methods will teach you how to get the job you are seeking by using the proper mechanics and techniques yourself. In our fast-changing workplace, finding a job can be a very tedious process. However, for those who have the tools, for those who have the expertise, and for those who have the desire, the process can be very easy. Anything can be easy and rewarding when you know how to do it! The goal of The Expert’s Job-Seeking Methods is to get you to that place of mastery with your job-seeking efforts Everywhere we turn, we are faced with unstable economic conditions. The job and employment scene has become more and more difficult. In the United States, the total workforce far outnumbers the positions available for any level of employment. Obtaining a job, any job, has become increasingly challenging. Not since the Great Depression has our country or the world faced a similar crisis. Unemployment levels are the highest they have been since the 1930s. Costs of goods and services are skyrocketing, and nearly all economic conditions are at the breaking point. From low-level manual laborers to high-level white-collar executives, not a single group, male or female, blue-collar or white-collar, is exempt from this predicament. That is why it has become essential to learn and utilize specialized job-procurement skills. These unique skills will allow you to acquire the highest results in job procurement, job security, and career advancement. These skills can become a lifelong strategy that allows you to utilize your education, experience, and background to the fullest. Regardless of the nature of your job or the level of your career, you will be able to use the strategies you learn from The Expert’s Job-Seeking Methods. This will help you advance and/or maintain the highest-level job and career position possible. In today’s marketplace, rarely do employers come looking for you. This would seem like a seller’s market. Companies have a limited number of jobs available “for sale” and are therefore able to pick candidates from a large pool of interested and competitive party’s competition. Really, this situation is ideal, because it means that when you get the job, you will have proven you’re the best. Job-seeking, however, is no longer a haphazard affair. The Expert’s Job-Seeking Methods provides you with a huge advantage over the competition in landing that job offer you’re looking for. This system produces repeatable results and has a history of not only advancing careers but of leading people into completely new career directions. This book offers you the foundational strategy to generate an advantage in your career and life.
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About the Book
You will receive guidance on crafting an effective resume and profile, writing compelling motivating letters, improving interview skills and highlighting your experiences, achievements, and accomplishments while boosting interest in YOU. In our fast changing workplace finding and getting the right job can be tedious with no shortcuts to success. Learn the tools to accomplish your dreams and enjoy doing it with The Expert’s Job Seeking Methods.
About the Author
Gerald N. Calandra, Ed.D., J.D., retired after more than forty years as a high school teacher, swimming coach, college professor and in-house counsel. He has written many articles and has presented numerous seminars that focus on job procurement.