This course will help you redesign your job hunting strategies and career path. You'll make better progress towards the job, career, and income you want. The lessons represent over a decade's worth of research and first-hand experience with our challenging job market.
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Get a better job and the employment (and income) you deserve by learning new job hunting facts.
Get the most from the Job Hunting Facts & Hacks course by using Udemy's great built-in note taking features. Also improve your job hunting abilities and career prospects by completing each challenge activity.
Job hunting can be very discouraging, especially if we are suing outdated job hunting techniques. This video details some of my own job hunting challenges.
Recruiters are very busy and can't afford to look at every resume. Hiring managers often ask around to fill jobs before looking in databases of resumes. Don't get caught in these job hunting traps!
This lesson contains the exercises/worksheets for all the activities in this course.
One unhappy mail room worker inspired my to pen this hypothetical letter about his circumstance. Our employment situation is the result of our own choices. If you believe that, then you are empowered to improve your career.
Like career expert Richard Bowles says, recruiters and job seekers take different paths to fill open jobs. This video describes my experiences which verufy that.
I sat right next to the recruiting team for a three billion dollar retail company for a few years. This video sheds some light on the secrets of job hunting and getting hired.
Have you ever seen the episode of I Love Lucy where Lucy and Ethel try to get jobs? This lecture has the transcript from a portion of that, as well as a link to see the episode for yourself. It's funny, but it also shows us how many of our job hunting strategies are ineffective.
Job hunting is much more successful when you take a step-by-step approach from unemployment (or, graduation) to better and better employment opportunities.
Job hunting is much more effective when you can summarize what you have to offer in just a few minutes.This video discusses how an effective elevator pitch can improve your job hunting and career.
This activity guides you through a few simple steps to develop your own effective emplyment pitch.
What you know is the most important element of qualifying for a new job or changing careers, but networking to develop professional relationships is important as well. This video discuss what professional relationships should be, and debunks some traditional networking ideas.
Watch this video on building effective professional relationships to increase the size and quality of your network.
Resume advice is abundant on the Internet, and everyone has different opinions. You can improve your chances of getting calls and interviews by remembering these simple resume tips.
Giving companies visible proof of your skills and abilities is a must during your job hunt. This lecture shows how portfolios have secured job offers.
Job interviews are as unique as the people conducting them. No one approach will work for all interviews. This lecture introduces some "top-secret" advice about how to ace your job interviews.
Job hunting is not usually discussed in school. This lecture introduces Richard Bolles "What Color is Your Parachute" career guide, if you have not heard of it already. It is worth its price and more!
Once you have a job, it's time to start preparing for the next job in your career path. Job security is a myth, and your skills might become obsolete very quickly. Learn what you need to do to be flexible and adapt to changing job markets.
While this course on job hunting offers a lot of great information, it will be of no value unless you apply it. Take action to get the career and income you want and deserve!
Downloadable, printable reference guide with some of the more important information summarized from this course.
Unemployment can destroy you if you're not careful. Learn about what I learned the hard way and save yourself a lot of pain and frustration during unemployment.
A job is not a good job if it is boring and fails to challenge you. This is part of what is known as "underemployment." Learn more about it and how to overcome it in this lecture.
This lesson discusses some of my own experiences working as a contract employee for several large corporations. Learn about some of the advantages and disadvantages of contract employment. This knowledge will help you make more informed decisions about your career.
Steven is an author and instructional designer who successfully creates interactive training programs for thousands of employees in several of the U.S.'s largest companies. He's committed to helping people get better work and income through learning new, more marketable skills. He earned Master's and Bachelor's degrees, but his career and business depend primarily on self-taught skills. He wrote the book, How to Learn Higher Paying Skills, available on Amazon. He's launched his own instructional media company, Didactable, LLC. He finds it odd to refer to himself in third-person!
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