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"Paul Hill's The Panic Free Job Search is a savvy resource for anyone looking to get a job, keep the job they have, restart their ...
"Paul Hill's The Panic Free Job Search is a savvy resource for anyone looking to get a job, keep the job they have, restart their career, or prepare for the next corporate restructuring. It'll fire you up with proven tactics to get the job and income you need."
--Rick Frishman, author of Guerrilla Marketing for Writers and Where's Your Wow
"Powerful! The game has changed for jobseekers.This book gives you a distinct competitive advantage."
--Chip Sawicki author of The Gift of Success and Happiness
"Transition expert Paul Hill changes the conversation about how to get hired with his innovative use of social media."
--Libby Gill, best-selling author of You Unstuck
Job seekers are frustrated. Online job applications through job boards and employer sites are leading to dead ends. Why? Employers are closing the last chapter on the online application playbook. Inundated by online applications and hampered by computer systems that are unable to select viable candidates from the masses of applicants, employers are now using innovative strategies to recruit and screen candidates online.
Advances in technology make the way jobs are found and filled online distinctly different from just a few years ago.
Employers are scanning the Web using advanced tools to capture signals from LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, among others, to recruit candidates.
Based on leading Internet strategies, The Panic Free Job Search shows you how to get hired:
Don't panic! You can get the job you want, even in this tough economy.
Posted June 1, 2012
The rules for finding a job have changed. Sending your résumé to headhunters, applying for jobs online or responding to advertisements are time wasters. Instead, recruiter Paul Hill shows you how to create a professional online presence – a “ProfessionaliBrand” – that tells future employers who you are and why they should hire you. Hill’s job-hunting advice starts with a foray into self-help with recommendations for techniques you can use to build confidence and overcome negative emotions that impede your ability to get a job. Some readers will benefit from this kick-off, while others may find it off-putting, but anyone who is job hunting can learn from Hill’s far more extensive advice about making the most of your résumé, your online activities and your ability to network. getAbstract recommends his guidance to those searching for a job or for a career change that really fits.
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