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Marcy Morrison of Careers with Wings (www.careerswithwings.com) discusses how to stand out in a competitive market on KUSI News San Diego. Marcy’s book – “FINDING YOUR PASSION: The Easy Guide to Your Dream Career” (www.myeasycareerguide.com) is on Amazon: www.amazon.com

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Graduate Recruitment Bureau: Learn how to track down your graduate career outside of the mainstream. Advice on how to find graduate jobs that you would normally miss out on as well as more practical ways to approach your job search. www.grb.uk.com

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As you work out your real worth in the job you are in now or hope to move into, do everything you can to research the market.

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Pulin Sanghvi suggest ways alumni can manage their careers in todays changing job market. Sanghvi is the director of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Career Management Center. www.gsb.stanford.edu

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Mary Abbajay appears on Let’s Talk Live to discuss the realities of the Gen Y job market!

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View Full Video: bit.ly A special career and internship speaker exclusively for Leeds students. Tom Siciliano shared his insights from leading Fortune 500 sales organizations, as well as consulting and writing on the most important choice of any young person’s professional life: finding a fulfilling career that aligns with their vision and passions. Specific topics of the event included strategies for marketing yourself as you begin career and internship searches and discovering the “hidden job market” through strategic personal networking and connections. Tom Siciliano is a career expert and a highly requested speaker to organizations and corporate conventions on recruiting, retention, sales growth and creating vision. He has been featured on TV, major newspapers and many national radio programs helping to teach people how to find a career that fits their calling. His book “Shifting Into Higher Gear”, creates a road map to assist people in their career search.

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bit.ly – Did you know that traditional job searches leave you at a disadvantage? Why? Simply put, there are a lot of unadvertised jobs that you are overlooking everyday. If you do not know about these hidden jobs. its because you have been looking in the wrong places. Its time to do something different! In this video on job search strategy, Jim Stroud gives tips on how to prospect the hidden job market. Tune in now and PLEASE share with other jobseekers in your network. *** Want more info on how to be found by recruiters (and get hired fast?) bit.ly Follow Jim Stroud on Twitter twitter.com Follow Jim Stroud on Facebook on.fb.me Read The Hidden Job Report to find jobs BEFORE they hit the online jobboards. www.hiddenjobreport.com Subscribe to this channel now!!! (Please)

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First session of Software QA class at Portnov Computer School – part 3. What is Software Testing job market in general and specifically in San Francisco Bay Area. Since 1994 we have being specializing in career training in the area of Software Quality Assurance. School name is a well known and widely recognized brand in the Software Testing world. The Portnov Computer School is not a purely academic but rather job market driven short-term training institution, which measures its success in job placement of the graduates. Majority of our students join the program because they want jobs, not degrees – 90% of them already have college degrees in all the imaginable fields including IT, mechanical and electrical engineering, teaching, accounting, etc. Whatever your previous professional and educational background – there is a good chance that in 4-6 month you will be working in Software QA field after completion of our classroom training and an internship with a local software company. With 13 years of experience in job placement and writing SQA resumes, with over 2000 graduates working in practically all the Silicon Valley companies, with hundreds of our graduates working as QA Directors, QA Managers, and QA Team Leads our job placement assistance is really unparalleled. Looking for a career change? Have gap in employment? Lost the competitive edge? Do not feel confident to start your job search campaign? Not happy with your current job? – If your answer to any of these

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www.resumelines.com Stay on top of job trends and keep yourself marketable on the job front. Find more job search advice and compare resume writing companies at www.resumelines.com

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There are countless resources to turn to when looking for employment – from online job catalogues to company recruitment pages. However, chances are you have a pretty good idea of the type of job you’re after. So why not target employment agencies that specialise in job placements within your field? You’ll increase your chances of finding the position you want and speed up the process of job placement.

For instance, if you’re looking for a job in the media industry, you may feel overwhelmed with your choices. Should you turn to employment agents who can do the searching for you, or should you opt to apply directly through media companies? Furthermore, you have the option of ploughing through the countless job listings on massive, all-inclusive online job catalogues. But while all of these resources will point you in the direction of jobs, how can you be sure you’re gaining optimum exposure to the jobs you want most?

If you’re decided on a particular field, such as the media jobs market – or even a particular position, such as a Media Project Manager or a Media Account Director – your best option could be to conduct a job search through a portal dedicated specifically to the media market. Regardless of whether you’re searching for experienced media positions or entry level jobs, media market portals can put you in direct contact with media companies which are currently hiring – simplifying the search process considerably. Moreover, all the positions returned from your search will be within the media field; that means you’ll have a larger pool of potential jobs to search through than if you were to go through an all-inclusive job site. You might even come across a media position you had never considered previously – opening up further opportunities in the media field.

But one of the greatest advantages of going through a specialised portal for your search for media jobs is that you’ll save time. Instead of sorting through a plethora of irrelevant positions, you’ll need only to browse through positions within your field. Your search will remain in your control, meaning you can see search results instantly. Moreover, you can often apply for suitable positions online, so you won’t have to wait for calls from a job agency.

So remember: there are a number of places you can look for media jobs. But if you target media employment specialists, you’ll speed up the process of finding the job you want!

Andrew Regan is an online, freelance journalist who lists travelling and rugby among his interests.

Andrew Regan is an online, freelance journalist who lists travelling and rugby among his interests.

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