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Mike Corso
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🌍✨ The Changing Landscape: From Finding a Job to Not Being Hired ✨🌍

Times are changing, and so is the way we approach employment. In today's competitive world, it's not just about finding a job; it's also about standing out and avoiding the pitfalls that can prevent you from being hired. Let's explore this evolving landscape and uncover some crucial insights. Stay informed and adapt for success! πŸ’ΌπŸ’ͺ

1️⃣ Skills for the Future: The job market is evolving rapidly, driven by technological advancements and shifting industry demands. To increase your chances of being hired, focus on developing adaptable skills such as digital literacy, critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. Embrace lifelong learning and stay ahead of the curve. #FutureSkills #AdaptabilityMatters

2️⃣ Emphasis on Soft Skills: While technical expertise remains important, employers are increasingly valuing soft skills. Effective communication, teamwork, problem-solving, and leadership abilities are highly sought after. Enhance your interpersonal skills to demonstrate your value beyond technical competence. #SoftSkills #InterpersonalEffectiveness

3️⃣ Diversity and Inclusion: Companies are recognizing the importance of diversity and inclusion in fostering innovation and growth. Embrace diversity in all its forms and ensure your job applications reflect an inclusive mindset. Highlight experiences that showcase your ability to work in diverse environments. #DiversityAndInclusion #InclusiveWorkplace

4️⃣ Remote Work and Flexibility: The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of remote work and flexible arrangements. Showcase your ability to work independently, manage time effectively, and adapt to different work environments. Highlight any previous remote work experience or relevant skills that demonstrate your capability in this area. #RemoteWork #Flexibility

5️⃣ Digital Presence: In the digital era, your online presence can make or break your chances of being hired. Maintain a professional image across social media platforms, particularly LinkedIn. Showcase your achievements, join relevant industry groups, and engage in meaningful discussions. Let your digital presence reflect your expertise and passion. #DigitalPresence #PersonalBranding

6️⃣ Virtual Interviews: With the rise of remote work, virtual interviews have become the norm. Prepare yourself by familiarizing yourself with video conferencing tools, ensuring a professional background, and practicing your virtual communication skills. Treat virtual interviews with the same level of professionalism as in-person ones. #VirtualInterviews #VideoCommunication

7️⃣ Rejection Resilience: Job rejections are a part of the process, but it's essential to bounce back and stay motivated. Learn from each experience, seek feedback when possible, and continuously refine your application strategies. Cultivate resilience and maintain a positive mindset throughout your job search journey. #RejectionResilience #StayMotivated

As the world evolves, so must our approach to securing employment. Embrace these changes, adapt your strategies, and position yourself as a standout candidate. Remember, finding the right opportunity is a journey, and each step brings you closer to your goals. Wishing you success and fulfillment in your career endeavors! πŸŒŸπŸ’Ό #ChangingLandscape #CareerSuccess #motivation #hiringnews #jobsearch #jobcase

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Adding Soft Skills to Your Resume

When you put together or update your Resume to look for a new job, it's important to find ways to highlight your soft skills.

Your first step should be to think about the kind of jobs you'll be applying for and which of your soft skills might be most highly valued in that position. For example, in an IT position, you may need to rely more heavily on time management and creative problem-solving skills. Make sure that these are the skills you emphasize in your Resume.

When you've decided which of your soft skills to highlight, you should add them to a skills section on your Resume. You will also want to mention them in your cover letter if you're including one. Talk about how these skills have helped you to be successful in similar positions in the past. Come and join our group Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups #AWU #disability #softskills

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Adding Soft Skills to Your Resume

When you put together or update your Resume to look for a new job, it's important to find ways to highlight your soft skills.

Your first step should be to think about the kind of jobs you'll be applying for and which of your soft skills might be most highly valued in that position. For example, in an IT position, you may need to rely more heavily on time management and creative problem-solving skills. Make sure that these are the skills you emphasize in your Resume.

When you've decided which of your soft skills to highlight, you should add them to a skills section on your Resume. You will also want to mention them in your cover letter if you're including one. Talk about how these skills have helped you to be successful in similar positions in the past. #AWU #disability #softskills

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10 years Corporate experiences in The Netherlands .14 years Entrepreneur experiences in Sri Lanka. Seeking for a Remote job opportunity, any schift. #Globalworkforce. #workfromhome #jobsearch #hardskills #softskills

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What's been your worst experience in costumer service?

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I have 20 year's experience, working with the public, The Major reasons To get a position be yourself, Relaxed, Pleasant, factual, interested. The main reason your hired, is not what training you have it is Honesty, Good Boundaries, and putting yourself in in the place of the persons interviewing' you. Good poster , body language. And other is eye contact. I am a people person, and in joy conversation. Let people ask you questions. A smile, If people ask me,would you like tea coffee, I say "yes, please. I'm never in a hurry. If intervuing in a home for home healthcare. I talk and start a conversation with the elderly person, or disable person. The know what they would be more comfortable, with, like time to get them up, what activity they like. what book they like. Most of All , if they have worked what they did for a living. We're. They have traveled. Usually then we know if we are a fit, or they do. This has worked for me one times out of ten. Jackie.

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Ra'mon Johnson
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What exactly does "soft skills" mean? I think I know but I need confirmation.

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