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  Overwhelmed in Your Career Transition? Break it down
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
I was working with one of my evening coaching groups recently, and two of the women mentioned that they felt overwhelmed by the process of clarifying their career direction. They were progressing through their homework, but beyond that, felt like “How do I really know what I want to do? And am I really going to figure this out; it seems like such a daunting task?” I explained to them that this is a normal feeling. I hear this...
 
  Universally Transferrable Skills For Career Changers
by Cathy Eng - Mar, 2011
I rarely go a week without hearing from a client who is changing industries, fields, or general direction. The biggest problem that they’re running into is what they perceive to be a lack of transferrable skills. They are under the impression that there is a huge barrier that keeps field experts in and everyone else out, but there are several universal skills that - in well written resumes - successfully portray the candidate...
 
  GetHired!™ Sample Networking Contact
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
HOW-TO NETWORK GUIDE Depending on your personality, networking may be the easiest or most difficult part of your job search. Either way, it’s an important one. Of course, networking has taken many new forms over the past several years with the rise of online social networks. Keeping connected with your personal network, growing your professional network in person and maintaining an...
 
  GetHired!™ Guide Chapter 7 - References, Salary History, & Additional Materials
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
SUPPLEMENTAL JOB SEARCH MATERIALS Employers may ask you for additional information during the job application process. We’ll show you examples of a reference list and a salary history. Depending on your field, you may also be asked to provide examples of your work such as writing clips, artwork, video production, web site development, computer code or other samples. Be careful that you don’t u...
 
  Sample Interview Questions
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
SAMPLE INTERVIEW QUESTIONS You’ll want to put some good thought into this ahead of time. Every situation is different, but you don’t want to disparage a former employer regardless of how you may feel about the situation. Try to differentiate between how the job that wasn’t a good fit was different from the job you are currently seeking. Mark it as a learning experience, but be...
 
  GetHired!™ Sample Elevator Speech
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
HOW-TO NETWORK GUIDE Depending on your personality, networking may be the easiest or most difficult part of your job search. Either way, it’s an important one. Of course, networking has taken many new forms over the past several years with the rise of online social networks. Keeping connected with your personal network, growing your professional network in person and maintaining an...
 
  Get Started with GetHired!™
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
Are you ready to GetHired!™? We’ve created a collection of resources to help – everything from checklists, examples, how-to’s and templates to help you get hired. If you are looking to learn more about job search or have your questions answered, we’re happy to help! Register to gain access to exclusive content to help with your job search! Learn from “how-to” articles on t...
 
  GetHired!™ Benefits
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
You must be registered and logged in to access this content. Are you ready to GetHired? We’ve created a collection of resources to help – everything from checklists, examples, how-to’s and templates to help you get hired. If you are looking to learn more about job search or have your questions answered, we’re happy to help!...
 
  5 Job Search Letters for Job Seekers
by Marcia Robinson - Mar, 2011
A good cover letter is not the only letter in the job search that can improve your chances of landing a job. Each of the five job search letters discussed here have specific uses for various phases of the job search. However, regardless of when each of these five job search letters is used in the job search process, they do have some things in common. 1. All job search letters must be addressed to someone specific. 2. No jo...
 
  Government Compliance: Website Accessibility
by Local JobNetwork™ - Mar, 2011
WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY Our goal is to provide a reasonable web experience for job seekers and employers. Below is a list of integrated technology solutions to make our website easier to navigate, load and access. Read below to learn how to customize your browser to improve the usability and readability of the site. What Makes Our Website Accessible?...
 
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