It IS "who you know"! Network your way to a new job!

Yes, you have a network. Family. Friends. Neighbors. Former colleagues and customers. Your church or spiritual community. Your clubs. Your gym. Yes, you have contacts everywhere. Leverage them for information on job opportunities and introductions: https://www.helpguide.org/articles/relationships-communication/job-networking-tips.htm/

Couldnt understand one bit of that......

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CHARM WILL OPEN MANY DOORS FOR YOU

Enhance Yourself With Charm

Charm is simply defined as the power or quality of giving delight or arousing admiration. Given it's alluring quality, charm is something that could benefit all of us.

What is the most important quality to possess when trying to win someone over, whether in business or in your personal life? It's charm, the ability to create extraordinary rapport with anyone, and make him or her feel truly exceptional in your…

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You appear to be exteremely charming.
Very impressive.

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From the HR Side...

The other day, an HR acquaintance shared some interesting information from her side that I thought would be insightful to jobseekers:
1. HR professionals search online for candidates. So make sure your resume is online.
2. HR professionals look for you on LinkedIn. They look to see if you have any contacts in common. If so, they may even contact your contacts if they know them to find out about you.
3. They Google you and look at what you post…

Looking for flight attendant jobs in Rochester NY

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Uncommon Tips for Fantastic Job Fair Success

Relax... It can be easy to psych yourself out before a job fair. You’ll be much better off if you take a few minutes to collect yourself, get the lay of the land, and stay calm.

Get in a Rhythm... Start with companies low on your priority list. This will give you a chance to practice your pitch, Q&A, and thought process. Once you’ve got a good interview rhythm, then it’s time to hit the big leagues.

Become Unforgettable... Put all the business…

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These fairs are hours away from me. Anything closer as Fort Myers or Punta Gorda Florida

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New To Tallahassee

I find today's job searching cumbersome and impersonal as it all takes place behind e-mails and employment websites. One such website continues to send me insurance jobs even though my resume clearly indicates I am in another profession. I am now starting to knock on my peers doors to network the old fashion way, it seems to be gleaning results. Does anyone out there have the same experience?

I feel like those insurance companies are STILL sending me things. Were you ever on Ziprecruiter? I swear once I joined that site…

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Do not burn Bridges

When you do good, Good comes right back at you. People always remember what you said. whether good or bad but in the back of their mind, there are seeds planted of what's been done. I am not necessarily speaking of materialistic things but the little things day by day. It goes a long way! Try not to burn that bridge, you may never know what the future holds.

#ActofKindness #justthelittethings
#donotburnbridges

Do I know you? Anyway good luck

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Get Noticed!!

Hey, if you’re sick and tired sending out resumes that only end up some manager’s trash file then you should try to get to a job fair. I know what you’re thinking…been there, done that, and it doesn’t work.

I used to feel the same way but not getting any attention from hiring managers for the countless amount of resumes I’ve been sending out and running out of savings has led me to desperate measures. Besides, how else am I going to get my info…

This site is a joke I rather just feel out application at the job.

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mr black some Have you used the job search feature here on Jobcase? Go to the top of the page and click on Jobs & Companies. There…

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Random Thought

Im sure others have thought this or maybe not at all but I’m starting to think that getting a job is based on WHO you know and not your experience. It sucks when nothing comes out of you going the right way about it but the minute you tweak a few things, thats when you get everything you wanted.. Its crazy how things work these days! But to all the people struggling to get their feet in the door, KEEP GOING..Your time is coming!!!

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That can be true. Although it's not true in all cases it does give you a leg up to have someone inside a company who can vouch for…

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The "hidden job market": a tip for older jobseekers ...

... and to ALL of you for that matter!! If you are not actively networking with friends, family and other associates you may be missing THE opportunity to land that new job! Let the people in your circle know you are looking for work and ask if they have leads or can introduce you to business owners or hiring managers.

It IS who you know -- and you'd be surprised at the introductions and referrals you can find just by asking. Who should you…

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This is a great tip. I have helped people get a job from where I have previously worked because they told me they were looking for…

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New To Jobcase

I joined Jobcase today. I'm exploring this community and I like what I see. I'm looking forward to making great connections here!

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Welcome Andrew! This is a great Community with great people, and an awesome support structure :-) welcome to the community

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Six tips for success at hiring events and job fairs

The old saying, “You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression” has never been more true than when it comes to hiring events and job fairs.

Job fair and hiring event preparation happens long before you walk into the event, so take as much time as possible in the days leading up to prepare.

Here are our six tips on how to showcase your best self at these events, and increase your chances of landing a job.

Bring copies of your

Awesome tips.

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