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FindJobsQuickly, LLC
Lancaster PA
Strategic Job Search Training and Coaching
Interests: I have a passion for helping job seekers learn how to integrate pro-action with right action to get the jobs they really want in half the time it usually takes.
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Posted Jan 13, 2022 at FindJobsQuickly
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One of the essential elements of finding the job you want quickly is organizing your job search and managing a network. Here’s a great tool to do just that, JibberJobber. JibberJobber.com is a freemium tool that you can use for your career management. Job search experts tell you to do... Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2022 at FindJobsQuickly
Everyone you meet is a potential lead when actively looking for work. Continue reading
Posted Dec 29, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
"Vocation" is the word we use to describe a calling or work where you find purpose. Working within your vocation means it is much more likely to enjoy your work. Work satisfaction is vital as you look in terms of the next job that you want to do. That may... Continue reading
Posted Dec 28, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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Values exist at your very core. Understanding what you value means targeting the right companies for the right job. When our values are inconsistent with a workplace, we disengage and leave it physically or emotionally. Do you know the things that are important to you? Although they may struggle with... Continue reading
Posted Dec 24, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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This is how most people look for work and how most employers look for candidates This is the order of effort that most people dedicate to their job search: Internet job boards and Help wanted ads Employment agencies Placement agencies Networking Direct employer contact This is the order of priority... Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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The late J. Michael Farr developed this simple and brilliant process. His many books on the self-directed job search have sold over three million copies. Step 1: Understand what is really being asked. Most questions are designed to find out about your self-management skills and personality, but interviewers are rarely... Continue reading
Posted Dec 22, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
Finding a new job involves making changes and handling transitions, which we can manage very well when prepared. Change is a part of life, and changing jobs is a part of the world of work in many ways. Everyone's adjustment period to change is unique. It is easiest for those... Continue reading
Posted Dec 21, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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How to use the Pyramid to manage your entire job search from beginning to end. Then, I'll walk through it step by step, just as you might look for a job. Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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Your job search journey may already feel a lot like climbing a mountain. Yet you may not have realized that some pre-planning could help make it easier. There are some stages of your climb when you don't need much help; in others, you could use a better map, advice from... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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The secrets to finding job opportunities and eventually getting hired. Continue reading
Posted Jun 21, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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How to get support in your job seach. Continue reading
Posted Jun 18, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
Posted Jun 17, 2021 at FindJobsQuickly
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Whatever job search methods you use, it is essential that you understand that most jobs are now with smaller organizations. More than 70 percent of all nongovernmental workers now work for employers with 250 or fewer employees. Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2017 at FindJobsQuickly
12 Quick Tips That'll Help You Grab a Hiring Manager's Attention Read the full article here Continue reading
Posted Nov 11, 2016 at FindJobsQuickly
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Strike a balance between offering new information and reiterating things you've already shared during multistage job interviews, writes Sara McCord. When you repeat something, preface it by saying something along the lines of, "As I was saying the last time we met." Continue reading
Posted Nov 11, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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Meet the interviewer's oddest questions with answers that illustrate your creativity and problem-solving skills, advises Lisa Quast. Such questions aren't meant to solicit perfect answers, but to give the hiring manager insight into how your mind works Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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A networking approach that's self-centered, focused on transactions over relationships and indicative of a quantity-over-quality philosophy isn't going to succeed, writes Ivan Misner. By investing in your relationships and making sure you have something to offer to others, you'll be more likely to benefit from networking in the long run. Continue reading
Posted Nov 4, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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The job-search process has not changed with the times and isn't as effective as it once was, writes Tara Hunt. Using social media to connect with potential employers may be a more honest and effective process. Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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Ask for a timeline for the remainder of the hiring process before leaving a job interview to encourage a speedy decision, experts say. Continue following up with updates on any successes you've had at your current job. Continue reading
Posted Nov 2, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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Whether you're interviewing for a position or networking, you have to be comfortable talking about yourself, writes Katie Douthwaite Wolf. By driving the discussion to topics you're passionate about, practicing common interview anecdotes with friends and family and describing yourself from others' perspectives, you can get over your fear of sounding self-centered, she writes. Continue reading
Posted Nov 2, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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Some common networking myths include that extroverted people are better at making connections and that small talk is the best way to ingratiate yourself with a new contact, writes Josh Mait, the chief marketing officer at Relationship Science. "Eschew the pointless name collecting and focus instead on high-quality connections with... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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The most common question used to begin a job interview is some variation of "Tell me about yourself." To make a good impression, answer by providing pertinent, career-related information and leaving out personal and social details. Discuss your education, work background and key accomplishments while keeping your answer brief. Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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Facebook groups can be a helpful career tool if used correctly, writes Sarah White. After finding a group that applies to your career, introduce yourself and contribute regularly to make connections in your field. You can organize events or use the group to learn about networking opportunities. Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly
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By being prepared to build on the qualities your resume indicates with real-life stories that show you putting those traits in action, you can enjoy better success at job interviews. Look for gaps or points of need that a company may have, and address ways you can assist with them during an interview. Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2015 at FindJobsQuickly