While conducting a Job Search in 2003, I found a lot of really good information on putting together a good search plan. I read a lot of good books and concentrated on the employment situation in Boston; what was in demand and how can my skills full that demand.
There's lots of ways to get a job, but the one thing that I learned is that being the best at what you do will always make you in demand. The key is to always be building on your skills and to be a better at what you do than the previous week.
Download this simple Job Search Worksheet and clearly define what you are looking for in a job.
Assorted information for thoses looking for new opportunities.
|Job Points||Have you ever wondered what effort it takes to find a job? Use this chart to see how much effort you need.|
|Job Search Worksheet||A helpful worksheet on creating a successful job search plan. Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance .|
|Yes You Can||A 50 page PDF document to get your momentum back on track!|
|MacKay Sweet 16||Harvey MacKay takes you through the though process of 16 most likely asked questions during a job interview. Great read for interveiw prep.|
|Big Help||The listing of companies at the Big Help job fair at Fenway Park on September 2003. Great historical information on the first job fair at Fenway Park|
|Mental Training||Great information to help you stay Mentally focus on your Job hunt.|
|Unemployable?||Just because your unemployed doesn't mean your Unemployable. Read this if your stuck in your job search.|
|Focus Approach to Job Search||Infomation on how to use the Focus Approach to build a better job search|
|Unemployed Tips||Tom Brophy give some practical advice on what unemployed people should do everyday to be increase their opportunity to get hired.|
|Corporate Chiefs||An article about why layoffs are a good thing and how its best for the economy in the long run.|
|Year by Year||Here is how to improve your job search while in college. Learn what to do each year to have an awesome job when you graduate.|