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Trust the Process

Trust the Process

I know of one young man who graduated from an Ivy League university. He wanted to get into the investment banking business. In the very middle of an economic recession, he was determined to find a job. With my help, he devised a script to get the attention of any investment banking organization that would listen to him.

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The Rules for Writing Goals - Be S.M.A.R.T.

The Rules for Writing Goals - Be S.M.A.R.T.

Consider downloading your goals to your IPod or MP3 player. Along with other motivational tapes, you can listen to your verbalized goals as you drive in your car, jog, do housework, etc. Here are the rules for writing S.M.A.R.T. goals:

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College Career Centers

College Career Centers

What Career Services Offices can do for college and university students. (Much of this information was prividedby Mr. Jerry Alexander, a veteran Career Center Director, currently with the University of Texas system.)

Don’t overlook your school’s career counseling service can do for you. A recent study found that the career counseling service is one of the most frequently used services compared to other university student services. However, a recent Gallup survey sponsored by the National Career Development Association showed that 60% of the college graduates would try to get more information about job and career options if they were starting over.

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Employment Agencies and "Up Front Fee" Consultants

Employment Agencies

There are many types of employment agents and recruiters. Today, most do not charge the candidate for their services. This was not always the case. From the 1960s through even the early 1990s, the candidates, or "job applicants" as we called them then, paid all or some of the recruiter’s, or employment agent’s, fees.

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Understanding Your Competition

Understanding Your Competition

You are graduating into a very competitive job market. You need to understand exactly how competitive, and your school placement or career departments can be very helpful. With their help, you can determine how many graduates are entering the local and national markets with your degree.

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9 Job Search Do-Nots

9 Job Search Do-Nots

1. The Candidate did not adopt a committed, passionate, "failure is not an option" attitude about finding a job. Many job seekers think that just because they have a new degree, or military training, or some other advantage, that it's going to be easy to find a job. They have absolutely no idea how many interviews and interview cycles are typically required to find a job. They have no idea of the massive number of cold calls it takes to get an interview. Surprised and unprepared to make that commitment, candidates will often quickly grow frustrated with initial rejections.

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Psst, Hey Buddy... Wanna Hot Job?

Psst, Hey Buddy... Wanna Hot Job?

Job search advice is almost as plentiful as weight loss solutions these days, it seems – and just as effective. Books, newspaper columns, radio shows, web articles, blogs, and career sites are just some of the places offering their wisdom. In the last week, I read competing articles on two of the largest web portals that listed “myths” about job searches. Several myths were in both articles, and on two of those, the authors had opposing answers – basically, one said “Do this,” and the other said “Don't do this.”

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Finding a Job is a JOB!

Finding a Job is a JOB!

This Tip’s information is the most important I have to offer. Ignore me if you want, but not if you are serious about finding a job.

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How To Get a Job in 25 Words or Less

How To Get a Job in 25 Words or Less

If you focus on all of the steps in this process, execute each of them well and repeatedly, you will meet those milestones, and the result will be a job offer you want. My process is very simple – it just isn’t very easy. There are easier ways to find a job, and if you choose those methods over mine, you will get the job you deserve – but not the one you want.

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