What Is The Toughest Challenge Facing Your Career?

A Step By Step Plan for Finding a New Job Or Getting Hired

1. If you are looking for a new job, you need to (#1), first take the time to learn or master the required skills before (#2), rewriting your resume to match the job postings or finally (#3), applying for jobs!

2. Why? Because job postings are written for those who will be productive from day one because employers do not want to re-train new hires.

3. Don’t be like those job seekers, who assume that they can get the attention of hiring managers, simply by re-writing their resume without significantly improving their skills!

4. Know this, posting your resume mindlessly without first learning the skills required for the job, is a black hole that either sucks up your time and energy or brands you in a negative light as thoughtless to employers.

5. Do this first, take a personal inventory of the skills required for your job posting, then take the time tostudy, learn and improve on your weak areas.

Learn more about "how to rewrite your resume so, it’s actually read by hiring managers" here:

Here Is A Step By Step Plan for Finding a Job Or Getting Hired

  • Step #1: Identify your ideal job by researching current job postings

  • Step #2: Describe your current skill-sets, experience and background

  • Step #3: Identify the gaps between your current background and your ideal job

  • Step #4: Create a roadmap or timeline for bridging the gaps between your background and ideal job

  • Step #5: Get the skills, knowledge and experience required for your ideal job

  • Step #6: Rewrite your resume to match your ideal job

  • Step #7: Search for your Ideal jobs using currently effective job search techniques

  • Step #8: Prepare for Job Interviews jobs using currently effective job interview techniques

  • Step #9: Negotiate your job offers the right way and you get hired

You are welcome to use our Free "Do It Yourself Coaching Program" to complete these steps or you may use our "Job Search Coaching Program" and this discount / PROMO code that will expire very soon: resumeONEX

This post is an answer to the question submitted below, if you have any questions about our Free or paid coaching programs or you have a challenging career question, please feel free to submit it here ...

Here Is The Reader’s Question

I am trying to shift to Business Analyst career.

Having 4 years total experience as Middleware Admin IT.

So preparing resume is difficult.

Read all your notes in the website was helpful.

But I still am not satisfied with the outcome.

So any suggestions?


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