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Proven job searching tips and strategies for Professionals - Monday, January 16, 2017 5:49 PM ( #1 )
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You got your degree – now you need a job. You had a job but may have been pushed out of your position due to automation, outsourcing, age or other discrimination factors, or maybe your company or industry left the local area you live in – leaving you with the question of - what to do next. Or maybe you have a job but you feel it’s time to change.


Your debt is starting to pile up and you are concerned about in demand skills that may become obsolete over time while you are searching for work. Don't panic - if you fit one of these categories or you have a friend or work associate that might be a prime candidate.


There are some FREE job search tools that might be very useful to job seekers which can be found on www.CareerConnected.com These tools include online Job Hunting Crash courses for professionals and free e-Guide downloads that provide resume and cover letter support. 
There is no cost or obligation for the course or e-Guides and subscribers can unsubscribe at anytime.


Once visitors create an account and login into their career site, the course is activated and subscribers will start receiving expert strategies and valuable tips on getting hired directly to their smart phones, tables, laptops and PCs.


These job search tools provide proven techniques and valuable information that appears to be an immensely helpful resource that can take a job seeker from creating successfully resumes through how to interview with confidence. In the past big companies would pay outplacement firms huge sums of money to structure courses like these to keep ex-employees forward thinking about the next career move after a layoff. Today layoffs in some industries are so common place that little attention is paid to the helping ex-employees formulate the next step.


I feel that a tool that this is a great offering given that fact that few companies or even colleges and universities offer individual job seekers any support post graduation.

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