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Michael Carvalho
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over 6 months ago

📢 Calling all Jobcase Community Members! 🌟

Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey towards finding your dream job? Let's join forces and conquer the job market together! 💪

Preparing for your job search is a crucial step that sets the foundation for success. To help you navigate this process with confidence, here are some essential tips and strategies:

1️⃣ Polish your resume: Craft a targeted and professional resume that highlights your skills, experiences, and accomplishments. Tailor it to each job application to make a lasting impression on employers. #ResumeTips #JobSearch

2️⃣ Online presence matters: Build an impressive online presence by optimizing your LinkedIn profile and other professional platforms. Showcase your expertise, connect with industry leaders, and engage with relevant content. #LinkedInTips #OnlinePresence

3️⃣ Network like a pro: Attend industry events, join professional organizations, and reach out to your existing network for referrals and advice. Networking opens doors to hidden opportunities and enables you to tap into the hidden job market. #Networking #CareerConnections

4️⃣ Enhance your skills: Identify the key skills and competencies in demand within your desired field. Take online courses, attend workshops, or pursue certifications to stay competitive and demonstrate your commitment to professional growth. #SkillsDevelopment #LifelongLearning

5️⃣ Research, research, research: Dive deep into the companies and industries you're interested in. Understand their missions, values, and recent developments. This knowledge will empower you during interviews and help you find the right cultural fit. #CompanyResearch #IndustryInsights

6️⃣ Practice makes perfect: Sharpen your interview skills by conducting mock interviews with friends or mentors. Prepare thoughtful responses to common interview questions and practice your body language and communication style. #InterviewPreparation #JobInterviews

7️⃣ Stay positive and persistent: Job hunting can be challenging, but maintaining a positive mindset and staying persistent is key. Celebrate small wins along the way, learn from setbacks, and keep pushing forward. Your dream job is within reach! #StayPositive #Persistence

Remember, the Jobcase community is here to support you every step of the way. Share your experiences, seek advice, and connect with fellow job seekers who understand the journey you're on. Together, we can achieve great things! 🤝💼

#JobSearchTips #JobHunting #CareerAdvice #JobcaseCommunity #DreamJob #JobMarket #ProfessionalGrowth #SuccessTips #motivation #advice

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Jeff Magnuson, MBA
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Both sides have a need. Companies need a solid employee and employees are looking for a meaningful opportunity.

Hiring is tough for companies, even though they seldom talk about it. Recognize your value and bring your best professional self to determine if a role is right for YOU.

#jobinterviews #interviews #jobsearch #confidence

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Jeff Magnuson, MBA
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This is a very common question you can prepare ahead of time to reduce any nerves you may have before an interview.

And, just to be clear, strengths are: business skills you have…that you’re pretty good at…as determined by you. That’s it.

Have 3 different skills ready to go along with an example for each to really help illustrate why each skill is a strength and how you’ve been able to use it in your past experience.

Also, make sure each skill you choose is RELEVANT for the role you are interviewing for so the interviewer can easily make the connection between your past experience and the current job opening.

#interviewquestions #jobinterviews #jobsearchtips #interviews

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Jeff Magnuson, MBA
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This may sound obvious to some of you, but make sure you actively PROJECT your voice when speaking with recruiters, HR professionals, or hiring managers during phone interviews.

Not everyone is great on the phone, and that’s okay. This simply means you need to consciously dial up the volume so your excitement and interest about the role and talking about your past comes across well.

Don’t worry about speaking too loudly (chances are you won’t), so go a little over and above your normal volume. Besides, if you are too loud, they will simply lower the volume on their phone. No big deal.

Remember, for these interviews, the interviewers cannot see you, so your eye contact and hand gestures are meaningless (although definitely smile as that will come through in your tone).

To help you stand out among other applicants, you must up the volume and inflect your voice to showcase your enthusiasm and personality for the company and the role.

#advice #jobsearch #interviewtips #jobinterviews #jobseeker

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Sachin Bhatt
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This is WHY you are NOT invited for any job interview!

You respond to job ads all day long but NEVER hear a word back!

Almost every day I hear from clients: Roland, I constantly apply for jobs, but nothing! What's wrong with me?

Nothing WRONG with you! When you understand the rules of the job search game, you will be a better player.

These are the main reasons why YOU are not getting invitations for #jobinterviews:

Your CV doesn't tailor for a job, role, industry and sector Recruiters can't see the value you could bring to the company You send your CV without a tailored cover letter You mainly rely on using job boards for your job search Your CV doesn't pass the Applicant Tracking System due to lack of keywords and document formatting You are not following up each of your applications You have no online presence or 'bad online reputation' You left a bad first-impression during the phone screening You are not building relationships with HR managers and recruiters You still believe that simply hitting the 'Apply' button on the screen will be enough Did I miss anything? Anything you would add?

#jobsearch #hired #careerhack

#followup #interview #resume #HR #WordsOfAdvice #jobinterviews #jobsearch #hired #careerhack

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Santucee Bell
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This is WHY you are NOT invited for any job interview!

You respond to job ads all day long but NEVER hear a word back!

Almost every day I hear from clients: "Roland, I constantly apply for jobs, but nothing! What's wrong with me?"

Nothing WRONG with you! When you understand the rules of the job search game, you will be a better player.

These are the main reasons why YOU are not getting invitations for #jobinterviews:

  1. Your CV doesn't tailor for a job, role, industry and sector
  2. Recruiters can't see the value you could bring to the company
  3. You send your CV without a tailored cover letter
  4. You mainly rely on using job boards for your job search
  5. Your CV doesn't pass the Applicant Tracking System due to lack of keywords and document formatting
  6. You are not following up each of your applications
  7. You have no online presence or 'bad online reputation'
  8. You left a bad first-impression during the phone screening
  9. You are not building relationships with HR managers and recruiters
  10. You still believe that simply hitting the 'Apply' button on the screen will be enough

Did I miss anything? Anything you would add?

#jobsearch #hired #careerhack

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