#JobSearch #Friday – “IT AIN’T OVER…”

You lost your job and your former company is moving on. You feel like they turned their backs on you.

Your feelings are justified. Would you agree that it would be helpful for you to put Them in your rearview mirror for now?  During these moments, it is best to focus on your future – and ignore your former employer.

What Do I Do Now?

Your first steps require that you take stock of your skills, experience, and attributes. It is best if you also take stock of your financial situation. Do you have a Financial Planner? If so, call them for their advice. You also should notify any banks or institutions where you make monthly payments. Create a budget for your career search time – and stick to your budget.

As you are making progress preparing for your career search, your confidence begins to return. Sure, I understand that searching for a new career is not high on most people‘s lists. Remember, I am an expert Recruiter.

This experience enables me to pull the curtain back so you may understand how the company recruiters will react to your candidacy. Once you take stock of your skills, experience, and attributes, create stories that demonstrate them. These stories help you prepare for your interviews – practice them.

No One Likes To Create A Resume

With 40 years of recruiting experience, even I do not like to create a resume. So there…

Would you like to line up interviews without a resume? Network your way to the interview. If a former co-worker will introduce you to the manager, your resume may be tailored exactly to that new position. Remember, you understand how your experience relates to the position better than the manager – at least initially.

Here are the resume “rules” –

  1. Write your resume in 3rd person past tense. Drop the pronoun.
  2. Do not create an Objective. It is the company’s Objective that is important.
  3. List most recent experience first.
  4. Begin EACH sentence with an Action Verb. You will find a list of action verbs on my website – www.recruiterguy.com/action-verbs/
  5. Compare your resume to the company job description. Use their verbiage. Otherwise, their Applicant Tracking System will screen you out.

Remain Positive!

You can do this! Today’s #JobSearch #Friday gets you started.

People want to work with enthusiastic team members, Don’t you? You will experience the ups and downs of a career search.  As you learn, your experience will improve. Remain Resilient.

Networking is the best practice to find a new career!  I wrote my books to duplicate my efforts to assist you in your search. My expert experience as both a Recruiter and Career Coach gives me a perspective few professionals have. My Salary Negotiation script solves that pain point for most career seekers. To accelerate your #Jobsearch, please immediately click on this link to my recent book, Employee 5.0: Secrets Of A Successful Job Search In The New World Order – http://amzn.to/2D9w39f  My book contains the 12 Steps to find a new career in a nice, orderly fashion that follows your sales process.  According to a newspaper review, “It is refreshing to find an author who speaks With you and not At you!” It also has the stories of people who did well – and some who did not. You may learn from both sides.

If you feel the need for professional Career Coaching, my business has 3 different packages. I work closely with Professionals in all three packages. The primary difference is the time and personal requirements.

The first package is the 2 meetings Introductory Package.  The 2 meetings cover the basics of a Career Search.

The second package is the 6 month Gold Package. This package provides you with Career Search guidance and Career Coaching for your first months in your new position.

The third package is the Titanium package. Call me for details on this package because it is tailored specifically for the individual.

My Talent Attraction business model is to work with one company at a time and charge a flat monthly fee.  This enables me to become part of a company’s team for short or long periods.  Therefore, I know what is going on behind the curtain that candidates and authors outside of my field cannot see.

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See you on Fridays!

Coming Soon, my third book on Finding A New Career!  Expect Success!  The Science Of The Over 50 Career Search!  If you would like to buy a copy before its release, contact me at Bill@RecruiterGuy.com. The first copies will be available in August.

Bill Humbert is available for Speaking, Talent Attraction Consulting, Career Transition Consulting, and Training contracts.

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