4 edition of How To Get The Job You Really Want--and Get Employers To Call You found in the catalog.
How To Get The Job You Really Want--and Get Employers To Call You
August 1, 1992
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
Once you get hired, do your job well, and do what you can to meet the people in the department you someday hope to enter. Volunteer for projects, be a hard worker, and after you have established. You've been in the recruiting pipeline for three weeks, but you still don't know much more about the job you are applying for than its title, a two-paragraph job description and the .
It used to be common that if someone was on call there was a discussion had about “how do we get you if x happens (line goes dead, you don’t answer, whatever.)” There used to be an on-call list “If you can’t get Sam on her cell, call her on this number, then call Pat.” Then write it in the book so we can deal with it tomorrow. Author of How to Speak for Fun and Profit, How to Get on Radio Talk Shows All Across America w/o Leaving Home, and How To Get The Job You Really Want--and Get Employers To Call You/5.
If you call, you will annoy them. If you call more than once, you will really annoy them and risk having your application thrown out or at least marked as “pushy/annoying.” And if you call daily, you will be told to stop and will probably never get a job there, ever. After all, most employers get hundreds of applications for every open. Consider the baseline probabilities that any given job hunter will get a job offer. They are tiny. The cynic will say, “Well, if you add in age, the odds get even smaller!” No, my view is different. The odds are always small. But what triggers a hire is something distinctive in a candidate that suggests he or she can do an exceptional job.
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Co-authored the book "How to Get the Job You Really Want and Get Employers to Call You" and traveled to 16 state speaking and publishing associations + connections. Finding the right job comes down to, first, knowing what you really want; and second, being willing to have a frank discussion with a prospective employer about it.
We really should be talking about expectations—ours and theirs—as part of the application process. People are usually afraid to do this because they’re so focused on getting. When I co-authored and self-published my book: How to Get the Job You Really Want and Get Employers to Call You, I checked with bookstores and distributors about how to get my book into the “mainstream.” I learned the shocking truth: the average length of time book sellers and distributors take to pay their invoices is days.
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Attendance (and income) increased. But the seminar (and subsequent book) really took off when I added, and Get Employers to Call You. Benefit, benefit, benefit. The expanded title, How to Get the Job You Really Want and Get Employers to Call You has gotten me on radio talk shows, which sold more than $, in book sales ALL at full.
You're going to run into employers like that on any job search, and you're going to do just what you did this time -- get out, and get out fast. Don't waste your time with people who want you to. Get a copy of their employee handbook and read it cover to cover before you decide whether to take the job or skip it.
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"Get The Job You Want, Even When No One’s Hiring gave me the knowledge and discipline to advance to the next level in my career. When I was devastated by a downturn in the job market, the strategies outlined in this book gave me the skills to go out and secure a new position.
Some employers will expect you to work for free before you get the job offer. One hour of donated work — for instance, creating a sample report — is fine.
To be a successful Millennial, you have to understand how who you are aligns with what the company is looking for, work hard to get the job, continue doing the work, demonstrate your value, skills, passion, and contribution to make a difference.
We outlined four qualities that will empower you to get and keep, your job. You can call the recruiter mean and unprofessional for blowing you off after you sent your resume, but calling him or her those things won't help you get a new job.
What you do after a job interview can be as important as what you do during it. Here's how to follow up the right way and get that job offer.