Are you getting results in your job search? This is a guest post by Peggy McKee. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Think about your school days for a minute. In your childhood, you spent a lot of time in elementary school, middle school, high school, and then college. In college you spent thousands of dollars and hours of time, energy and resources to get that education just to be able to succeed in your career. That was a big investment in yourself. But now you find yourself in the job search. And maybe you’re having trouble. Maybe you can’t get the job you want and the whole thing is difficult and it’s taking a long time and you’re frustrated. Your job search sucks. The question is: Why does your job search suck?
Why your job search is all about your personal sales skills. This is a guest post by Peggy McKee. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. What’s the one biggest, most critical, ultimate job search truth? The one thing that will make you, the job seeker, better and stronger and more than you were before? Watch the video to find out the one tip that will make every job seeker successful-
Use social media to directly reach the people who will want to hire you most. This is a guest post by Peggy McKee. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Today’s job search is unlike any you’ve ever seen before. In addition to the recession-fueled glut of workers, the explosion of web-based job searches and online social networking has turned the process into something entirely new. That has resulted in candidates who previously, would have flooded the market with resumes, gotten several responses, a few interviews, and a couple of job offers, but now face online job applications that thousands of others have seen, too. It’s all too easy to get lost in the shuffle, and never even get a “Dear John” letter. Instead of lamenting the cyberspace crush of candidates, you can use the same tools that work against you and turn them into aids in your job search strategy.
Stand out in your job interviews by asking questions that show your expertise.