Call it the 21st Century Job Hunter’s Toolbox.
This is a guest post by Krista Mitchell. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
Use all of the following tools in order to make the most of your job search and minimize the time it takes to land a job.
These tools use every arena available to get you professionally known and wanted by employers in today’s changing job market: on paper, in person, online, and through friends and acquaintances.
So… decorate your toolbox and toss in the following.
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A creative way online to describe and brand yourself in just a few clicks.
Why would you want to make your own infographic?
5 benefits of a personal infographic
* A creative way to describe yourself
* Upload it to Facebook and compare with other creative, innovative friends
* Use it as a desktop background, or as the base of your Twitter background image
* It’s fun, only taking a few clicks and a few minutes
* It just looks cool
Now let’s make yours.
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Surprise! ‘No-holiday hires’ really is a myth, so take advantage.
This is a guest post by Dave Thomas. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines.
While the holidays are a very busy time of year for most people, the time period can also be great for landing a job.
Unfortunately, many individuals in need of work figure that now is the time to take a break, no one is hiring with all the rush of the holiday season, and the only jobs that may be available are entry-level jobs such as low-paying retail gigs.
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There’s probably one not too far from you right now.
Have you visited your local chamber of commerce or trade board office yet?
My Chamber of Commerce job search story
In 2001, I moved back to Israel from France after leaving my web development production manager job at Amazon.com. I took a break for a few months before starting my job search in December of that year.
As I sat down to think about how to plan my job search, one of the first questions that came to mind was:
“For which employers would I be most valuable?”
“Which employers would most appreciate my skills and achievements?”
Since I had just left a successful job in France, the answer was clear.
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See ‘intellectual dishonesty’ if you think this list isn’t for you.
We’re all somewhere on this list.
And that’s not a bad thing, it means there’s still room to grow.
30 personal branding no-nos
In no specific order…
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