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Job Searching

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Lily Perez

on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of Job Searching

Job Searching
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Presenting yourself
What you need
Resume/Cover Letter
Job References
Keep tabs of old jobs
List of when applied to jobs/position
Critical Thinking
Job searching websites/information
Communication
Presenting yourself goes hand-in-hand with the communication chapter in our book.

* It talks about good eye contact when speaking.
* It also talks about how to prepare your presentation
Introduction

* Dress appropriately for the industry

* BE EARLY!

* Be courteous and respectful

*Always make eye contact

* When responding to questions, be thorough

* Have a positive attitude

* Send a thank you note
Before Job Search:
Job searching websites
What you may need
Presenting Yourself
Game/Interviews
Volunteer
Internships
Career Center
Adviser
Network
Obstacles
Attitude
Time management
Lack of experience
Not meeting qualifications
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Evaluating
Creating
Things you should consider when looking for a job?
1. What sites should you go to?
2. What information do you need when you apply?
3. How much time should you spend looking and applying for a job?
Good sites:
Snagajob.com, care.com,career builder.com

Bad sites:
Indeed.com, Geebo.com, Experteer.com

Information you should have when you apply.
Phone number, SSC(Social Security Number), Employment Certificate (if under 18).
Time Management:
You should spend about 25 hours per week looking for a job if you're not working already. If you are, you should spend about 15 hours per week.


Solutions
Create a plan
set a flexible outline
Stay Positive
Volunteer/Intern
Review job qualifications
Recap
Have a plan
Manage your time
Communication is key
Stay organized
Be prepared
Stay Positive !
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