The process of finding a new job, whether you’re employed or unemployed, causes many people anxiety. The time, expense, preparation, energy, implementation and follow-up can be daunting. Unfortunately, many people have no systematic strategy or battle plan. They may take a few tentative steps, get frustrated and then give up.
To help you focus on how to prepare and then set in motion a more productive method, we’ve established a six module outline. Incorporated in the outline are informative articles already developed in previous Career Corner segments coupled with information on basic “how to” steps.
I. GOAL SETTING
In beginning your search process, first take stock of these realities:
II. PLANNING YOUR JOB SEARCH
Listed are things to do so as to ensure your highest probability of success.
III. RESUME & COVER LETTER Click Here…
IV. INTERVIEW PREPARATION Click Here…
V. FOLLOW-UP TECHNIQUES Click Here…
The Real Life Guide to Starting Your Career
By Margot Lester: Pipeline Press
What Color Is Your Parachute?
By Richard N. Bolles: Ten Speed Press
Job Hunters Sourcebook
By Gale Research, Inc.
Knock `Em Dead
By Martin Yate: Bob Adams, Inc.