It's all about who you know and how you met them. This is a guest post by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. If you are waiting for a magic wand so you swiftly “apparate” a new job—while it is a marvelous idea —you will be highly disappointed. If you are banking only on online résumé submissions to do the trick —sorry to tell ya —more disappointment is forthcoming. What you must fold into your job search plans, in addition to acquiring a résumé which positions you above other qualified candidates and attaining game-changing interview techniques, is networking so you create opportunities for yourself! Let’s integrate the following into your job search concoction, shall we?
Where to start making yourself ultra-appealing to recruiters and employers. This is a guest post by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Imagine you're a recruiter who was hired today to find a suitable candidate for the most recent job title you’ve held. Say your success in choosing the best contenders meant a generous bonus or a more rewarding position for you! Could you find the best candidate? On a tight deadline? Even if you were required to whittle the list down to only 5?