Interesting? A Job Search Formula For You.
HERTFORDSHIRE, England, June 19, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Leading career coach Nik Lemmens has distilled his vast experience of helping clients to find a job into a new book entitled The Job Search Formula, co-authored by Nicole O’Driscoll.
“Whether you have been made redundant or are making that leap from a job you hate to a job you will love, The Job Search Formula will teach you how to vastly increase your chances of getting back into employment in a job that makes you happy. You can expect to learn everything from making job recruitment boards work for you to applying correctly and conducting a dazzling interview. The Job Search Formula teaches you how to match your application and CV to the job being advertised, so that you are almost certainly shortlisted for an interview, well-prepared and ready for success,” Lemmens said.
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“It is no news that the economic downturn has had a large impact on employment rates in this country. However, the myth around this is that you have to cling to a job that makes you unhappy or that if you are redundant, you are unemployable. The Job Search Formula gives you real, practical reasons why this does not have to be true. It walks you through how recruitment agencies and jobs boards work, and how most people who are looking for work waste hours every day using them incorrectly,” he said.
If you have found jobs that you want to apply for but haven’t been shortlisted for interview, The Job Search Formula will show you why. Getting shortlisted is all about matching your credentials and achievements with the job specification, and writing a winning CV and cover letter that will guide the interview questions entirely in your favour.
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