Become a Better Job Seeker
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Whether you have just completed your degree and are ready to enter the workforce, or have been working away for a while now and want to move up the ladder, you’ll find one of the main traits that employers look for consistently (and yet often cannot find easily) is leadership potential.
You’ve heard the age-old advice: do what you love, and the rest — that is, the money — will come. We’re told that pursuing a career you can be passionate about will bring happiness and fulfillment. But what if you’re not sure what your passion is? What if you have more than one passion? What if you’re passionate about something that doesn’t open up a lot of career opportunities, or doesn’t pay well enough to support a family?
The folks at LinkedIn have a new feature every job seeker should know about. Open Candidates is a new feature that makes it easier to connect with your dream job by privately signaling to recruiters that you’re open to new job opportunities.
In the latest episode of CareerCloud Radio we’ll be speaking with Brian Howard a Certified Career Management Coach, a Certified Job Search Strategist, a Certified Professional Resume Writer, and an actively practicing executive recruiter. He has helped thousands of job seekers over his 24 year recruiting career. It is from this experience and knowledge that he wrote The Motivated Networker.
A strongly worded resume can bring you a good job and a high salary. The difficult part of creating your resume is actually graduating, volunteering and working in order to fill it in with experience. However, none of this matters if you create a bad resume.