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Another client just informed me she found a new job. I don’t say this to rub it into the face of those who are having a tough time. My objective is to provide you another example of how someone did it. So here goes…
She hired us to put together a resume with key terms and distribute it out. The resume was good when we finished but probably wasn’t what helped her get the job. Another part of our packages is our Auto Apply System. This system applies to open jobs on job sites such as HotJobs, Monster, NetTemps, Craigslist and others. It works EVERY DAY. This every day applying is important for any internet job search because there are so many people searching for jobs. You know the old saying that the early bird gets the worm…well it applies here.
This system applied to over 325 jobs in about 6 weeks. It applied to jobs above her experience level and below as well as those she is qualified for. This casting of a wide net paid off. Her resume got into the hands of a hiring manager who had already gotten approval for a new position but hadn’t started accepting resumes for it. She was actually looking for a lower level position. When she saw my client’s resume, she had to talk with her.
Fast forward….my client interviewed in the morning with lots of proposals for the new position in hand. By the afternoon, she got a call and was offered the job. She took to job and now is working only 2 miles away from home and she is excited.
It doesn’t always work out this way but the point is you need to apply for jobs even if they are not exactly what you are looking for. Gear your resume for the industry you are looking in and don’t stop. Also, if you can handle sending out 325 resumes in 6 weeks, go for it. If not, let someone help you. It can pay off.
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