Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter discusses his ebook, “Get Ready for The Job Jungle.”
Well tell you very simply, is that you need to understand that there are steps in preparation for job hunting that I know that almost everyone fails to take. It's not just writing a resume; writing a resume is probably 1 of the least important things that you can be doing.
I have 10 things to do to prepare to get ready for a job search in this short guide.
How to work with recruiters well. Lord knows, most of you create adversarial relationships with recruiters.
Your LinkedIn profile and things that you can do there.
Getting clear about what your goals are and how you want to live your life beyond simply finding yet another job.
10 things that you can do to get ready to job hunt.
This book is also good if you are in the middle of the search because, frankly, I would encourage you to stop for a short period of time in order to backtrack to do the steps here.
10 steps. Not a big deal.
1 of them. Take some time, but it's important one. At the end of the day, if you do these 10 things, you're going to find the job hunting is a lot easier than you are finding right now.
The book is called, "Get Ready for the Job Jungle: 10 Steps to Prepare for Your Job Search." Is an Amazon for the Kindle. Come over to www.TheBigGameHunter.us for the PDF of the product.
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter encourages you to take notes of the things you tolerate at work so that when your current firm makes a counteroffer you can decide whether it is worthwhile to accept.
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is an executive job search and business life coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years.
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