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What is a Mock Interview?

A mock interview is a simulation or practice session designed to replicate a real job interview. It provides a safe and controlled environment for you to hone your interviewing skills and gain confidence before the big day.

Here's a breakdown of the key aspects of a mock interview:

Purpose: Mock interviews help you in several ways.

They allow you to:

Get familiar with the interview format and structure.

Practice answering common interview questions.

Receive constructive feedback on your communication skills, body language, and overall presentation.

Reduce interview anxiety by feeling more prepared.

First research the company and the common interview questions asked for the job you are interviewing for.

Next ask a family member or friend to be your interviewer. Explain to this person that you want this to be as real as possible.

Set a date and time.

Dress Professionally as you would in your real interview

Most of all be open to constructive feedback. #AWU #disability #jobs #interview

Abled Workers Unite is a group for people with disabilities. Come and join us at jobcase.com/groups

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What is a Mock Interview?

A mock interview is a simulation or practice session designed to replicate a real job interview. It provides a safe and controlled environment for you to hone your interviewing skills and gain confidence before the big day.

Here's a breakdown of the key aspects of a mock interview:

Purpose: Mock interviews help you in several ways.

They allow you to:

Get familiar with the interview format and structure.

Practice answering common interview questions.

Receive constructive feedback on your communication skills, body language, and overall presentation.

Reduce interview anxiety by feeling more prepared.

First research the company and the common interview questions asked for the job you are interviewing for.

Next ask a family member or friend to be your interviewer. Explain to this person that you want this to be as real as possible.

Set a date and time.

Dress Professionally as you would in your real interview

Most of all be open to constructive feedback. #AWU #disability #jobs #interview

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The current Labor Force Stats as of April 2024

The current labor force can be categorized into three skill levels: highly skilled, middle skilled, and low skilled. However, the exact percentages for each category are not readily available in the data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) or other sources. Typically, these categories are defined based on educational attainment, occupational data, and other employment characteristics.

For people with disabilities, the BLS provides data on labor force participation, employment-population ratios, and unemployment rates. As of April 2024, here are some key statistics for people with disabilities aged 16 and older:

Labor Force Participation Rate: 40.6% Employment-Population Ratio: 37.9% Unemployment Rate: 6.7%

These figures represent the overall participation of people with disabilities in the labor force, without a breakdown by skill level. For comparison, the labor force participation rate for persons without a disability is 77.8%, and the employment-population ratio is 75.1%.

#AWU #disability #jobs

Abled Workers Unite is a group for people with disabilities. Come and join us at jobcase.com/groups

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The current Labor Force Stats as of April 2024

The current labor force can be categorized into three skill levels: highly skilled, middle skilled, and low skilled. However, the exact percentages for each category are not readily available in the data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) or other sources. Typically, these categories are defined based on educational attainment, occupational data, and other employment characteristics.

For people with disabilities, the BLS provides data on labor force participation, employment-population ratios, and unemployment rates. As of April 2024, here are some key statistics for people with disabilities aged 16 and older:

Labor Force Participation Rate: 40.6% Employment-Population Ratio: 37.9% Unemployment Rate: 6.7%

These figures represent the overall participation of people with disabilities in the labor force, without a breakdown by skill level. For comparison, the labor force participation rate for persons without a disability is 77.8%, and the employment-population ratio is 75.1%.

#AWU #disability #jobs

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"Job Search Tip" Networking!

Building a strong Jobcase, LinkedIn and Facebook network is a great strategy for job seekers. Here are some tips to help you create an effective online presence that can aid in your job search:

LinkedIn:

Optimize Your Profile:

Ensure your LinkedIn profile is complete with a professional photo, a compelling headline, and a detailed summary that includes relevant keywords for your industry.

Highlight Your Experience:

Clearly outline your work history, achievements, and skills. Use specific examples and quantifiable results to demonstrate your impact.

Engage with Content:

Share insightful articles, comment on posts, and publish your own content to establish your expertise and stay visible in your network.

Grow Your Connections:

Connect with professionals in your field, alumni, and former colleagues. Personalize your connection requests with a note about why you want to connect.

Join Groups:

Participate in LinkedIn groups related to your industry to network with like-minded professionals and learn about job opportunities.

Facebook:

Professional Profile:

Keep your profile professional and consider creating a separate page for your job search to share your career interests and achievements.

Join Groups:

Similar to LinkedIn, join Facebook groups that are relevant to your industry or job search to connect with potential employers and peers.

Network Authentically:

Engage genuinely with others’ posts, share your insights, and be supportive of your connections’ achievements.

General Tips:

Be Active: Regular activity on both platforms will keep you top of mind among your connections.

Provide Value: Offer helpful advice, answer questions, and share relevant information to become a go-to resource in your network.

Seek Recommendations: Ask for recommendations from colleagues and managers on LinkedIn to bolster your credibility.

Remember, networking is about building relationships, so focus on how you can help others as well. This approach can lead to more meaningful connections and potential job leads. Good luck with your job search! #AWU #disability #jobs #networking

Abled Workers Unite is a group for people with disabilities. Come and join us at jobcase.com/groups

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"Job Search Tip" Networking!

Building a strong Jobcase, LinkedIn and Facebook network is a great strategy for job seekers. Here are some tips to help you create an effective online presence that can aid in your job search:

LinkedIn:

Optimize Your Profile:

Ensure your LinkedIn profile is complete with a professional photo, a compelling headline, and a detailed summary that includes relevant keywords for your industry.

Highlight Your Experience:

Clearly outline your work history, achievements, and skills. Use specific examples and quantifiable results to demonstrate your impact.

Engage with Content:

Share insightful articles, comment on posts, and publish your own content to establish your expertise and stay visible in your network.

Grow Your Connections:

Connect with professionals in your field, alumni, and former colleagues. Personalize your connection requests with a note about why you want to connect.

Join Groups:

Participate in LinkedIn groups related to your industry to network with like-minded professionals and learn about job opportunities.

Facebook:

Professional Profile:

Keep your profile professional and consider creating a separate page for your job search to share your career interests and achievements.

Join Groups:

Similar to LinkedIn, join Facebook groups that are relevant to your industry or job search to connect with potential employers and peers.

Network Authentically:

Engage genuinely with others’ posts, share your insights, and be supportive of your connections’ achievements.

General Tips:

Be Active: Regular activity on both platforms will keep you top of mind among your connections.

Provide Value: Offer helpful advice, answer questions, and share relevant information to become a go-to resource in your network.

Seek Recommendations: Ask for recommendations from colleagues and managers on LinkedIn to bolster your credibility.

Remember, networking is about building relationships, so focus on how you can help others as well. This approach can lead to more meaningful connections and potential job leads. Good luck with your job search! #AWU #disability #jobs #networking

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MUST READ WITHOUT FAILURE!

You deserve the best things in life and they are long overdue.

Many times those better thing don't seem to come when we need them the most: Such as...

  • A new start point in life.
  • That new improved salary.
  • The ideal job opportunity.
  • A faithful marriage mate.
  • Upscale home 3 BDR 2 1/2 BR.

Case and Point: Don's wait for the trash man to come and remove the old garbage from your life. Take the initiative and make small changes that count.

Get rid of those old resumes, cover letters, and those traditional ways of thinking. Take charge of your life get your RESUME done now!

Then, everything else will fall-in-place.

I Believe You Can...!

#jobsearch #interview #advice #motivation #application #policy #faith #aboutmyjob #etail #advice #jobs #resumes #irstjob

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In 2024 Flexibility is Key!

Freelance & Gig Economy: The traditional 9-to-5 model isn't for everyone. Explore freelance, gig economy, or part-time opportunities to find work-life balance or test the waters in new fields.

Adapting to Change: Job descriptions may evolve faster than you can say "metaverse." Be open to exploring alternative roles that leverage your skills. Remember, transferable skills are your golden ticket!

Soft Skills Matter: In a world of automation, soft skills like communication, teamwork, and problem-solving are becoming increasingly valuable. Hone these skills and showcase them in interviews and work samples. #AWU #disability #jobs

Abled Workers Unite is a group for people with disabilities. Come and join us at jobcase.com/groups

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