I want you high school & college kids to know that entrepreneurship is a more lucrative #career option in these times because of how technology has leveled the playing field. Not everyone is built to create their own economic path but no matter career venture you choose, you need a concrete plan.
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Your career determines the type of education required to be successful in your industry. We explore four educational paths such vocational trade programs, entrepreneurship, certification & licensing programs and apprenticeships. All of these educational paths have successful high-paying #careers embedded in them. The ultimate choice is yours.
You can start to figure your career path bygoing here where we work one-on-one to structure your detailed career & economic life.
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You want to stand out and be remembered in your next job interview? Go above & beyond what everyone else is doing. In this video, there are tips you can implement now.
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We are finally at part 5 of the 5-part series, New to the job market. If you have not seen the first 4 parts of the series, check them out at the links below:
If you still do not have your #resumes or #coverletters completed, please check out the resource here.
Ok, let’s jump right into the final part of this series. You’ve worked on your resume(s), cover letters and letters of recommendations. Placed your resume(s) on job boards & specific social media profiles and regular networking should start yielding you some job interviews by now.
If you’re getting nervous about the upcoming #interviews and don’t know what your first steps are… check out this audio series that can help you prepare for it.
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We have come to the 4th part of the 5 part series where you are making the successful steps to be taken seriously in the job market, even if you’re new. Before we delve into the part 4 of the series, you will need resources from parts 1-3 to prepare you for part 4. Check them out here below:
Now that you have gotten caught up…Let get into part 4.
You are now taking your #jobsearch skills to the next level. If you went through part 1, you should already have your #resume completed. If you still need your resume completed, check out my resource to get it completed.
Now it’s time to use Google to your advantage for your local area. Follow the steps in the video, which are…
1. Look up local employment agencies in your area
2. Call at least 10 of them at a time to make in-person appointments
3. Complete each of their online profile before you go to the appointment.
4. Interview the employment agencies by having some general interview questions ready to ask to assure you are good fit for their agency
5. Follow-up with each employment agency representative until you find a good contract, temporary, part-time or full-time job opportunity.
No one is going to drop #job opportunities in your lap…you’ve got to go out there and find them.
In part 5, we will discussing how to use and prepare for #interviews because part 1 through 4 should have created some job or career opportunities at this time.
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We are now in the 3rd part of the 5 part series for the high school or college students entering the job market. Before you delve into part 3, check out the first two parts to get all the valuable nuggets…
If you still do not have your career tools, such as your resume and your cover letter completed, check out my resource here here to get those completed as soon as possible! You will need those #careertools to complete the steps in part 3.
Ok, now that you have gotten the first two parts, now let’s get into part 3.
If you have your bare minimum career tools completed such as your #resume and #coverletter, then you can jumping right into using the career tools on the online job boards and social media platforms. The online platforms I personally recommend are the following:
1. LinkedIn.com (Social Media Network where employers look for candidates)
2. Indeed.com (The most popular online job board since 2015)
3. CareerBuilder.com (One of the most resourceful job board for the last 15 years)
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In Part 1 of the “New to the job market” series, I discussed the importance of having your #careertools prepared. Watch Part 1 here.
In order for you, the new job seeker, to become successful, you cannot do it alone. Your personal #network is extremely important. I don’t mean just simply reaching out to people you know and asking them for job leads or opportunities, but truly #connect with your network.
Take the time to find out how they are doing and “LISTEN” to them. You may be surprised by what you find out and how you can be helpful.
I will be discussing the importance of your online presence in Part 3 of the series, so look out for it.
If you still have questions about this job market series, connect with me here.
In Part 1 of the 5 part series, I talk about the importance of having your #careertools such as your #resumes and #coverletters. If you are looking for help to get your resume completed? Go and check out the resume creation specials here! Take advantage of them while they last!
If you already have a resume but want to make sure it is truly working for you online, check out my resource here.
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How can you separate yourself from the other candidate in your next #jobinterview? Begin a #professional version of show and tell during the #interview
Do you have sample project displays you can show?
Do you have a video demonstrating your skills, knowledge and abilities you talked about in the interview?
Those are just as small portion of the information I go over with you in the one-on-one interview coaching sessions. Schedule your interview coaching session today by going here.
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We have all experienced rude or people that are short with us, but you never expect it in a professional environment… It happens. Understand, they are human as well.
When you are going through the job search and interviewing process, it’s important to do a verbal “check-in” if you encounter rudeness during the process. It always helps to remain #professional.
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