Why Job Seekers Need To Be Like Millers

The importance of trying to create your own job opportunities. This is a guest post by Ed Han. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. There are many truths about job search Some truths are uniquely personal while others are of broad applicability. It’s one of the latter I want to discuss today: why you should consider changing your profession to miller. And I suspect that by the time you’re done reading, you’ll be have a lot more sympathy for the notion than when you first began reading. By way of explanation, I’d like to begin by talking about a friend. My friend Donna Svei, an executive career coach, recently posted a blog entry about the importance of using shorter sentence structures—no more than 25 words in any sentence. I was astounded to read the word limit: the only other time I ever encountered it was junior year of college. I could hear the professor’s words as he explained that New York Times headlines are 25 or fewer words.


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