Thursday, May 20, 2010

Job Search Time Management

Today's successful job search is a time management exercise. As employment markets have gotten more competitive, with some markets close to 10 unemployed for every advertised job, successful candidates realize they have to approach their search differently. You can increase your success rate by concentrating on successful job search activities, letting go the activities that take a great deal of time with little to show for it.

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These are difficult skills to learn - many of the "tried and true" methods of job search have been ingrained in us, becoming habits. When the job markets were stronger, candidates were able to find jobs despite job search inefficiencies and mistakes. Now that the market has dried up, these mistakes and inefficiencies become noticeable as job searches lengthen.

( Continued ... The Game Has Changed and Steps To Increase Your Odds )

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