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Title:          Cracking the New Job Market
Focus: Job Search
Series: CareerSearch
Presenter:
William Holland
Date: June 7, 2017
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Search for your next job using techniques that will help you find unlisted jobs!



 

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Cracking the New Job Market

Forget everything you think you know about landing a well-paid job—the rules have changed forever. Yes, how to find professional work once seemed clear and unwavering: capture career highlights in a resume, practice answers to standard interview questions, and do lots of face-to-face networking. Unfortunately, that way of doing things is now outdated. It doesn’t matter if you are new grad or an experienced professional you’ll learn insights and strategies in this webinar that will serve you for the rest of your career.

You will learn how to:

    • Gather information on what a prospective employer finds important
    • Emphasize those skills, accomplishments, and qualities in tailored resumes and interview answers
    • Identify the intersection between personal talents and what the marketplace needs
    • Unlock the networking power of social media
    • Negotiate the best possible offer Enlightening and practical, this myth-busting book delivers seven powerful rules for landing a great job—even in a difficult economy

Join William to master these and many other tricks in a new game where the rules aren’t quite as clear-cut as they once were. Winning, after all, means your success as a professional.
Presenter: William Holland

Bill is an award-winning college professor, business executive, and author of four books on career management. He’s worked with outstanding companies such as PepsiCo, Chase Manhattan Bank, Andersen Consulting, Right Management and the University of Pennsylvania.

Bill understands the path from college to career and has worked with thousands of students and parents to help them realize the promise of a college education. He attended Michigan State University on a football scholarship and received his PhD from there as well.