Six Steps To Job Search Success (Caroline Ceniza-Levine, et al)

 
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Six Steps To Job Search Success (Caroline Ceniza-Levine, et al)

This book explores the proactive steps that students can take to secure employment.

This book provides students with six doable strategies they can use to find employment no matter the job market.

That figure doesn't apply to any particular student, whether the estimate is 25% unemployment or unemployment in the single digits. Any person's unemployment rate can be 0% or 100%. Either one works or one doesn't. Any job seeker who finds themselves in the 10% unemployment rate simply wants to be one of the nine people with a job.

Any job seeker who finds themselves in the 10% unemployment rate simply wants to be one of the nine people with a job.

Students may believe that even one job is beyond their capabilities. They believe their degree is inadequate. The location of their school is not the same as where they would prefer to work. There aren't enough positions posted, and not enough employers are coming to campus. This kind of thinking gives outside forces control of a student's search. It is not the responsibility of educators, employers, career services, or recruiters to find jobs for students.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
The manager of two career development centres, open learning programmes for career guidance, and career counselling for management professionals, the long-term unemployed, and adults with special needs, Laurel Alexander is a trainer in career management.
Published
Published Date / Year
(2011)
License(s)
CC BY-NC-SA
Hardcover
160 pages
eBook Format
PDF (417 pages, 5.1 MB)
ISBN-10
1453329145
ISBN-13
978-1453329146

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