Get a Job in 6 Weeks or Less–Guaranteed!
– You Can Change Your Life
As of this moment, it doesn’t matter what’s been happening in your job search – if you can’t find jobs, if you can’t get interviews, or if you go to interview after interview, but you can’t get offers is very frustrating.
A typical job search can last anywhere from 6-9 months, or longer. The reason this happens is because job seekers just don’t understand what they need to know in order to be successful and find that job faster.
3 Biggest Reasons People Don’t Get Interviews
- Resume – most people have a poorly written resume that a Hiring Manager doesn’t want to see.
- Cover Letter – So many people don’t understand how important a cover letter is and those that do, don’t know how to send it.
- Hiring Manager – Not Getting in front of the Hiring Manager. People think when they fill out a job application that the hiring manager will see the resume. Most resumes are never seen by the hiring manager because the HR person is looking for the perfect resume to forward to the HM.
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5 Tips for Getting a Job Interview
- Strengthen Your Resume.
- Write a Compelling Cover Letter.
- Use the Internet to Find and Contact Hundreds of Hiring Managers.
- Use Your Network to Find Out About Opportunities.
- Improve Every Interview So That You Get the Offer By Bringing a 30 60 90 Day Plan.
Tip #1 – Strengthen Your Resume
- A Resume is the Foundation of Your Job Search
- A Quality Resume Has a Profound Impact
Tip #2 – Write an Interesting, Compelling Cover Letter. Put some thought into your cover letter.
- Your Cover Letter Is Like a Quick Ad.
- Gets the Hiring Manager to Look Closer at You.
- Purpose – To Get Them to Read Your Resume and to Influence Their Perception of You.
Tip # 3 – Find and Contact Hundreds of Hiring Managers.
- That Person Is Not in HR
- That Person Is Always the Hiring Manager
- Your Future Boss or Your Boss’s Boss
The Most Effective Way to Get Interviews Is to Go Directly to the Person with the Power and Authority to Hire You.>
What is it worth to you to get a job one-month sooner!
If you get a job even a month faster, you will put thousands of dollars in your pocket. For Example, if you are going for a job that pays:
- $30,000 a Year, you will Earn an Extra $2,500
- $60,000 a Year, you will Earn an Extra $5,000
- $120,000 a Year, you will Earn an Extra $10,000
What could you do with that extra month?
How to find a job in 6 weeks
– Resume –
Is Your Resume As Good As You Are?
Less than 1% of job seekers have a great resume even if they’ve had it professionally done. The best person to write your resume is not usually a resume writer—it’s YOU. You are the one who really knows your industry and how your skill set fits. What you don’t know are the rules for how to turn your resume into a marketing document that grabs attention of the hiring manager – your future boss!
Your Resume must contain an objective statement that tells an employer why they want to keep reading, or quantifying your accomplishments. An objective statement that says what job you want will make sure it gets to the right person and that is the hiring manager.
Your Resume is a Marketing Document and its job is a sales process that markets you as the solution to their problem. The Hiring Manager wants to know “What’s in it for me?” Your Resume Is a Marketing Document that – Gets Their Attention, Outlines Information and Makes Them Want to Find Out More about you.
Use Bullet Points.
Use Bullet Points in your resume to Make Your Document Attractive and Readable
Your Resume Is Advertising for You. It Should Be Visually Appealing and Communicate Clearly.
Bullet Points Make Your Resume Easier to Read – Bite‐sized Pieces Are Easy to Skim. Remember the hiring manger is looking at many cover letters and resumes. You want yours to stand out a grab their attention over all the others.
Quantify Your Accomplishments
Describe Your Accomplishments in Terms of Numbers, Dollars, Percentages. Managers Live and Die by the Numbers – Sales – Revenue – Efficiency – Time Savings. Cost Savings Numbers are the hard evidence of your success.
Job Description helps your Resume get pulled up by computer databases.
All resumes get put into the System where the Human Resources (HR) Searches the Database for applicants by Keywords and keywords are the main words or phrases they use to describe the position or skill.
There is much more to creating a great Resume and must go hand in hand with your cover letter. Although in the Job Description above, it is incurred that you don’t apply for jobs online. – It’s a waste of your time. You need to get in front of the hiring managers. To learn how you get in front of them, see “stop applying online” webinar.
How to find a job in 6 weeks
– Cover Letter –
Get into the Right Mindset
What is the Purpose of a Cover Letter? – It’s not just a structure you need to follow, like an “ABC” formula—it’s a mindset you need to get into. On the surface, cover letters seem simple.
But once you actually get into writing one, you start to understand that it’s deceptive. That’s when it starts to twist you up a little. And if it isn’t twisting you up at least a little bit, then you just don’t understand how important this little introduction is.
Your cover letter needs to be simple and quick, but when you really start to think about how this is probably your very first introduction to whoever it is that needs to give you a chance at a job, it becomes vitally important that you impress them. You want to make them want to read your resume, and then call you for an interview.
Don’t Make Your Cover Letter Generic
The most common mistakes job seekers make when they write cover letters is that they make them too generic, they make them too long, and they put no effort into making them easy to read.
Job hunters not knowing how to create a good attention grabbing cover letter will go find a basic cover letter template online and just change out the names of the job title and company. The result is a letter that doesn’t make the reader want to dig a little deeper and read your resume, and doesn’t show good communication skills on your part.
The goal of a good cover letter is to make sure that each cover letter you write is targeted to that job, at that company and to that hiring manager. You want to make sure that it gets your point across quickly and is very easy to skim and still get the most important facts from it.
You want to be direct and get to the point quickly while being polite, friendly, and professional. Remember, the purpose of the cover letter is to get you in front of the hiring manager. – Your Future Boss!
Don’t Copy and Paste from Your Resume into Your Cover Letter
You don’t want to just restate what’s in your resume. Your cover letter should complement your resume. However, you can direct the hiring manager’s attention to parts of your resume that they would be most interested in. Also you can add some details that don’t really “go” in your resume that might be beneficial for the employer to know.
Overall, you’re answering the question, “Why should I talk to you about this job?” Again – Don’t copy and paste from your resume into your cover letter.