Random PDF Feature in the Job Hunting category!

While conducting a Job Search in 2003, I found a lot of really good information on putting together a good search plan. I read a lot of good books and concentrated on the employment situation in Boston; what was in demand and how can my skills full that demand.

There's lots of ways to get a job, but the one thing that I learned is that being the best at what you do will always make you in demand. The key is to always be building on your skills and to be a better at what you do than the previous week.

Download this simple Job Search Worksheet and clearly define what you are looking for in a job.

Job Hunting

Assorted information for thoses looking for new opportunities.

Name Description
 Corporate ChiefsAn article about why layoffs are a good thing and how its best for the economy in the long run.
 Year by YearHere is how to improve your job search while in college. Learn what to do each year to have an awesome job when you graduate.
 Job PointsHave you ever wondered what effort it takes to find a job? Use this chart to see how much effort you need.
 Job Search WorksheetA helpful worksheet on creating a successful job search plan. Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance .
 Yes You CanA 50 page PDF document to get your momentum back on track!
 MacKay Sweet 16Harvey MacKay takes you through the though process of 16 most likely asked questions during a job interview. Great read for interveiw prep.
 Big HelpThe listing of companies at the Big Help job fair at Fenway Park on September 2003. Great historical information on the first job fair at Fenway Park
 Mental TrainingGreat information to help you stay Mentally focus on your Job hunt.
 Unemployable?Just because your unemployed doesn't mean your Unemployable. Read this if your stuck in your job search.
 Focus Approach to Job SearchInfomation on how to use the Focus Approach to build a better job search
 Unemployed TipsTom Brophy give some practical advice on what unemployed people should do everyday to be increase their opportunity to get hired.