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How to Get Hired Faster: Top 10 Job Search Strategies

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Diana YK Chan

on 29 October 2013

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Transcript of How to Get Hired Faster: Top 10 Job Search Strategies

Top 10 Job Search Strategies
How to Get Hired Faster:
7) Have a networking plan
Diana YK Chan

1) Have an achievable career goal
2) Know what value you have to offer
3) Do your research
4) Understand the hiring requirements
5) Use relevant keywords
6) Develop a rare resume
8) Master your introduction
9) Have an optimized LinkedIn profile
Key areas to optimize:
- Name & URL
- Headline
- Summary
- Skills
- Job Titles
Ideal candidate criteria:
- Track record
- Knowledgeable
- Transferable skills
- Relevant experience
- Great work ethic
#1 Need: Clear verbal communication skills
Know what you want
Personal Brand!
Know the job market trends
10) Have a job search strategy
About Diana YK Chan
1998: Moved from Hong Kong to Canada on my own at 16
2000 - 2004: Western & Ivey HBA
2004 - 2007: TELUS - Operations, Training, Marketing
2007 - 2008: Ivey MBA
2008 - 2009: Accenture - Management consulting
2009 - 2011: Ivey - MBA & EMBA Recruitment & Admissions
2011 - 2012: Google - Recruiting
2011 - present: Magnify Your Marketability - career coaching, speaking, training, recruiting
Networking is about discovering what you can do for others
Have a clear, concise and compelling 20-second elevator pitch ready
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