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The Elevator Speech Marketing Tool

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When you’re on the search for a new job, it’s important to pull out all the stops. The competition for jobs is fierce; in order to stand out amongst the crowd you have to market yourself in the best way possible. For some of us, that doesn’t come as easily as others but creating an “ Elevator Speech ” concisely stating who you are and your most valuable assets can get you on the right track.

Are Job Fairs Worth the Time?

Careers Done Write

We are in one of the high seasons for job fairs. Generally, we see a rise in job fairs in September and October, and again in January through April. It can be, but you need to choose the job or career fair that’s right for you. Recently a client called to provide feedback regarding his time spent at a job fair. Within 10 minutes, he knew it was not the fair for him. Avoid this nightmare by selecting your fair wisely.

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7 Tips for a Job Fair

Resume Bear

First impressions are everything at a Job Fair. We bring you some tips to make the most of a Job Fair. The best strategy you can employ is prioritizing. Your Elevator Speech. This is also referred to as the “me” speech. The elevator speech is about 30 seconds long and is intended to tell the potential employer a little about you. Employers appreciate candidates who are cool and calm.

Should You Attend A Job Fair To Find A Job?

Career Realism

Should You Attend A Job Fair To Find A Job? If you’re in a job search, you may be wondering if attending a career fair or job fair is a good move, or a waste of time. On the negative side, job fairs can be mob scenes—crowded, stressful, and often not very fruitful. You may find it hard to stand out among so many other job seekers. Related: 5 Things You MUST Do Before Attending A Job Fair.

Should You Attend A Job Fair To Find A Job?

Career Realism

Should You Attend A Job Fair To Find A Job? If you’re in a job search, you may be wondering if attending a career fair or job fair is a good move, or a waste of time. On the negative side, job fairs can be mob scenes—crowded, stressful, and often not very fruitful. You may find it hard to stand out among so many other job seekers. Related: 5 Things You MUST Do Before Attending A Job Fair.

Top 8 Tips for Job Fair Success

Career Realism

Walking into a job fair may seem like a daunting task. You may be one of hundreds of candidates vying for a recruiter’s attention, but you can earn an advantage over the competition by following these top tips for job fair success. Most companies have to pre-register if they plan to have a booth at a job fair. In many cases, the job fair organizers will provide participants with a floor plan or map of the company locations.

Job Fair Tip: Consider It An Interview

Resume Boutique

™ This blog contains resume and interview tips for professionals and students by the founder of Resume Boutique, Randi Lewis, a recruitment professional and former practicing lawyer who knows what your resume needs and how you should present by telephone and in person to land that job.

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Guest Post: Ford R. Myers.

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Arts & Entertainment Life & Style News & Opinion Sports Find a blog Login or Sign Up Featured: No waiting: Become a ChicagoNow blogger now , Pitch us your blog idea Job Stalker Home Archive About Guest Post: Ford R. Apply what you learn, and generate stronger search results.

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Thinking Outside the Box: Your Approach to Finding a Legal Job in.

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™ This blog contains resume and interview tips for professionals and students by the founder of Resume Boutique, Randi Lewis, a recruitment professional and former practicing lawyer who knows what your resume needs and how you should present by telephone and in person to land that job. Tuesday, September 29, 2009 Thinking Outside the Box: Your Approach to Finding a Legal Job in a Tight Job Market By Randi S. Feldman The Current Reality : The legal job market is slow.

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