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Career Fair Techniques – There are some techniques to utilize at a career fair. It’s not supposed to be about long lines and bad parking. You need to do as much as you can to not waste your time, nor the time of the companies in attendance. o Dress professionally always! It does not matter the type of career fair.o Bring copious amounts of resumes. Better to have more than less.o Bring a nice binder
Here are some sample closing questions to ask a company before the end of your interview. You always want to make sure you research a company prior to attending an interview, so you can be as educated as possible. Remember, your competition is doing this legwork. On top of finishing with verbage relating to the company, industry and specific job you are interviewing for, you want to add some of these below questions in the
Unusual Job Hunting Techniques – Can you add more? Comment on this blog with any unusual techniques you’ve heard, seen or read about… —people who stand on corners with signs, dressed up in suits…signs say “recently laid-off executive…will work for 401k” or whatever, unusual job hunting tactics – just worked for a guy in the UK financial district—people wearing “PLEASE HIRE ME” shirts to job interviews—guy who bought a billboard saying he was looking for
Quick Internet tips to help find a job: When a job seeker says “I don’t have Internet access or I’m not Internet savvy,” it cannot be an excuse in this competitive environment the job market has become. Here are some quick thoughts:– Sorry, but faxing doesn’t cut it anymore– Get email account for FREE at Yahoo, Hotmail or Google– Go to a friend’s house with Internet or to your local library because THEY HAVE INTERNET!–
What to Do Immediately Following a Lay-Off: Unemployment Advice ” General Basic Advice to Get Started Week 1 o File for unemployment”immediatelyo Find out about your qualifications for Cobra from your previous employer and ensure you contact the right people to enroll you into Cobra health insuranceo Life insurance ” see if you can roll over your life insurance from your company into your own accounto Take care of your company investments such as stock