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Job Seekers Need a Career Narrative - "Who I Am Story"

Job Seekers Need a Career Narrative - "Who I Am Story" | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"In recent years, much has been written about the importance of career narratives for mid-career and senior professionals, particularly those making a career transition."

 

"But, we'd argue, they're even more important for younger professionals who don't yet have a multipage CV or a high-powered headhunter in their corner. What, then, makes for an effective narrative?"

 

"First, it should be easy to remember and retell..." - Heidi K. Gardner and Adam Zalisk

 

Read more: http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/02/younger_workers_need_a_career_narrative.html


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I am repeating Karen Dietz's insights from below, says it all for me...

 

Hey -- we ALL need a career narrative! And it is a story that continually shifts and changes over time as we add experience, wisdom, and talent.

 

I really like this article because it explains exactly what a career narrative is, why we need one, and how to create it.

 

And there are great examples shared.

 

I particulary like the point that a career narrative -- or bio or 'About' page -- needs to meaningfully link your past successes with your near + long term goals, AND suggest the kinds of assignments that would help you achieve those goals.

 

If you have difficulty sharing the story of your career journey, if you need a better bio or 'About' page, then use these tips and examples to craft a better story!

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Glad you like it Dennis and you find it useful! Have a wonderful weekend :)
Sharilee Swaity's curator insight, February 24, 2013 10:38 AM

Article is focused on having a career story in the workforce, but the same concepts apply to someone who is doing freelancing, and trying to sell themselves to potential clients. Great information! 

Chris Morales's curator insight, March 27, 2013 11:36 AM

Some good tips on how to tell your career story more effectively #jobs

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Job Seekers: How to Write Your Elevator Pitch | Career Thoughts

Job Seekers: How to Write Your Elevator Pitch | Career Thoughts | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"The purpose of your elevator pitch is to introduce yourself as a job candidate and/or business partner, explain what you have to offer, and initiate some next steps of the relationship."

 

"Think about how to convey your basic information (name, career field, etc.), your skills and experiences, and your career goals in an organized manner."

 

"You should be able to deliver a pitch that can be adapted to last anywhere from 30 seconds to 2 minutes. Different situations may call for different versions... Consider what your core message should be and adjust the delivery to fit each occasion." - Andrew Crain

 

Examples of the good, the bad, and the ugly: http://careerthoughts.com/how-to-craft-a-magnetic-elevator-pitch

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A quick easy read. An author who gets to the point and provides 3 living examples all in one page.

 

Andrew asks a great question at the end. Could you tell me your elevator pitch right now focused on your dream job? If not, you may want to read his article and be prepared.

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How Job Seekers Brand with Social Media to Reel in Opportunities

How Job Seekers Brand with Social Media to Reel in Opportunities | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"The 2013 job market is a changing commodity. It is imperative that up-and-coming students and job seekers know how to truly play up their best assets -- one of which nearly always is to highlight their understanding of current digital life."

 

"Everyone is out there pretending they know what is going on in social media. They are all liars," says Eve Mayer...recognized by CNN as one of eight women on Twitter who will inspire you." https://twitter.com/LinkedInQueen

 

"Mayer is leading my social media-directed college course and emphasizing that social media isn't a small subsection of the job search: It could very well be the job search."

 

"Mayer highlights a fairly clear formula for how you can spark up a conversation with nearly anyone on LinkedIn:"

 

Read more:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-schmitt/social-media-is-the-hook-_b_2449829.html

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I like the approach Eva recommends on how to locate someone at a company you have identified to be on your hit list in LinkeIn. The approach seems dead on. I only wish there was more to "how" to write the 3 sentence approach.

 

However, do not forget to keep reading. The best advice in my view is that from John Wilpers.

http://degrees2dreams.com/about-degrees2dreams/

 

"Throw Out the Old Job Titles."

 

Yet this is only the beginning, John provides a very solid 5 step framework of how to brand yourself via social media for job seekers.

 

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http://www.scoop.it/t/beyond-the-book/p/3997024881/job-seekers-use-6-steps-to-brand-themselves-to-find-a-job-recent-grads

 

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11 Great Employee Qualities Job Seekers Want To Have

11 Great Employee Qualities Job Seekers Want To Have | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it
"Are great employee qualities fast disappearing in the workforce?"

"If so, then you should quickly see if you can adopt some of these traits and make yourself competitive."

"Some great employee qualities bosses appreciate include..."
http://www.careerealism.com/great-employee-qualities/

The list of great employee qualities to have include managing your-self, your boss, your attitude and your time. In addition, out doing yourself, having a can do attitude, stiving for excellence and enjoying work. Wrapping up with taking responsibility for all that you do and having great employee relationships across departments and ranks.
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Job Seekers Define Skills and Capabilities to Rise Above the Noise

Job Seekers Define Skills and Capabilities to Rise Above the Noise | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

In the early stages of a job search, it is good to define the industries and companies that can take advantage of the knowledge, skills and value that you can provide them."

 

"This is why it is so critical to understand both what you know and what you can do for any industry and employer."

 

"Let's take a look at your compelling skills and the relevant value they can deliver to a potential employer."

 

Read on for ideas of how to review you current skill and capabilities and how you can apply them to specific industries and/or across industries.

 

As the author says, it is not about what you know, it is what you can do with the knowledge. Hiring managers are looking for those who can make their job easier. Helping them understand what you bring to the table raises you above the noise of the crowd looking for the same job.

http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20121203/BIZ/212030329

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How Job Seekers Build a Powerful Personal Brand

How Job Seekers Build a Powerful Personal Brand | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"There is no question that future job-search success depends on building and developing your career brand. Landing a job involves more than searching for the right opportunity. It requires selling yourself as the ideal candidate to employers."

 

"Personal branding is a critical component of any career. Personal branding uses a combination of technology and resources that will increase your visibility and awareness as a candidate. These tips will help you in landing your next job."

 

Read the article for ideas of how to help build your personnal brand in these 5 areas:

 

1. Discover your brand

2. Create your brand

3. Develop a personal style that stands out from the crowd

4. Showcase your brand to employers

5. Network to develop your personal brand

 

http://stories.illinoisstate.edu/2012/10/student-affairs/career-center/5-ways-successful-job-seekers-build-a-powerful-brand/

 

As a job seeker you are the marketing department who needs to promote yourself to those companies you have identified who can help grow your career. Part of promotion is your personal brand and making sure to rise above the noise.

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How Job Seekers Use Story to Brand Themselves

How Job Seekers Use Story to Brand Themselves | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"Public speaking and job interviews share a lot in common. Both require confidence, eloquence and professionalism to clearly communicate information — and both are feared by most people."

 

"But the tactics used by most public speakers — especially those that focus on keeping an audience captivated — can also be used by job hunters to have successful job interviews."

 

"An interview is basically a speech. This is especially true for the response to the question that starts most interviews — "Tell me about yourself." Create a mini-speech response to this question by following the format of most speeches: opening, pre-body, body and closing."

 

The article goes on to discuss how to tell a mini story around your brand. Reading between the lines, you will begin to notice how the interviewer across the table is learning about who you are through the stories you tell. Keep in mind your story needs to be relevant and resonate with the interviewer, it is not about you, it is all about what "they" need in the job you are discussing.

 

Your stories need to be crafted to begin to help those you are talking with visualize how your capabilities will help solve their needs.

 

Read the full article for tips on how to help construct mini-stories of your personal brand.

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-09-10/classified/chi-job-interview-narrative-20120910_1_job-interviews-career-counselor-success-stories

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How Job Seekers Can Use an Online Presence to Brand Yourself

How Job Seekers Can Use an Online Presence to Brand Yourself | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"When I thought about the ideal job hunt, I always had believed that to be the most professional and proactive hunter, it was best to update your resume often and simply upload them to career websites. In addition to this, I was led to believe that the best way to get my resume in front of a recruiter was to apply to jobs online through job boards and applicant tracking systems. After all, these systems were put in place to help our resume be re-routed to the appropriate person, right?"

 

"That used to work just fine until everyone else started to resort to this option. Now I realize that job seekers need to do something more to really set themselves apart. Over the course of the last few months, it became apparent that creating a personal brand via online can really help you during your job hunt. - Ashley Lauren Perez"

 

If you are wondering how to consider branding yourself on LinkedIn, Twitter and/or a blog, read the full article by Ashley. She explains how moving from the position of being extra careful on social sites to actually putting yourself out there can and does pay off.

 

Full article: http://ashleylaurenperez.com/2012/08/17/what-your-online-presence-can-do-for-your-job-hunt/

 

Note: I myself follow Ashley's blog and rescoop her articles. They are enjoyable to read and allow one to see inside the mind of a person walking the walk and doing what works. If you are a job seeker and/or a person reviewing career choices, consider following her for insightful ideas.

 

Blog: http://ashleylaurenperez.com/


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Your LinkedIn Headline Can Kill Your Personal Brand

Your LinkedIn Headline Can Kill Your Personal Brand | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"If your LinkedIn headline is like most, it’s actually doing your personal brand more harm than good. Here are 4 ways your LinkedIn headline can destroy your perceived value."

 

 

 

1. Unoriginal

2. Confusing

3. Boring

4. Desperate

 

The article provides solid examples of each of the 4 ways "not" to build your headline. Also provided is a 4 step method to help create a headline to promote your personal brand.

 

Step 1 - Say What you are

Step 2 - Say Who you help

Step 3 - Say How you make their life/work better

Step 4 - Give Proof you are credible

 

Three examples of headlines are provided which help visualize the end result of the 4 step method to help build your brand on LinkedIn. The objective is to help build a "Vision of a Solution" of what you can bring to the table with your capabilities. It is "not about you", it is all about what you can do for them.

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5 Ways Job Seekers Can Use Social Media

5 Ways Job Seekers Can Use Social Media | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

Whether you’re a college student or well into your career, hopefully you’ve recognized that social media outlets can enhance your chances of being a top-notch job candidate

In 2011, 89% of U.S. companies used social networks to recruit employees, up from 83% in 2010. Based on the results, your social footprint matters to future employers.

Here are five ways to show you’re social media-savvy and a serious job candidate: http://bit.ly/HRTv9k  ;

#1. Pinterest

Looking for inspiration? Check out these resumes for ideas. http://read.bi/HRTZfA ;

#2. QR Codes

Putting one on a resume might be something people in creative/tech  fields should consider ...

#3. Twitter

Whatever you’re passionate about, use Twitter to talk about it and connect with other interested parties. Not only will you start building your brand, but you’ll start building a following as well

#4. Blogging

So where should you start? Set up an account on a preferred blogging platform like WordPress, Blogger, or Tumblr.

For a case of writers block, take a look at this Infographic: 22 Ways to Create Compelling Content When You Don’t Have a Clue - http://bit.ly/HbdOfs ;

#5. Facebook
Facebook timeline. This is a new feature and one that can make you stand out if you put some thought into it; take a look at these examples: http://on.mash.to/HbebGY .

By Julie Feinerman - http://bit.ly/Hbi3aN ;


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John van den Brink's comment, April 3, 2012 1:52 PM
Michele thank you!
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John, always my pleasure xxx
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Job Seekers Using LinkedIn to Help Brand in 6 Ways

Job Seekers Using LinkedIn to Help Brand in 6 Ways | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

Somewhere along the line you started treating it more like a resume. It's time to fix that.

Overall, LinkedIn is the best social media platform for entrepreneurs, business owners, and professionals. Unfortunately, your LinkedIn profile may not be helping you to create those connections.



So let’s tune yours up with six simple steps:

Step 1. Revisit your goals

Step 2. Layer in your keywords

Step 3. Strip out the clutter

Step 4. Reintroduce your personality

Step 5. Take a hard look at your profile photo

Step 6. Get recommendations

 


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Job Seeker: Maybe Your Online Personality is Killing Your Job Leads

Job Seeker: Maybe Your Online Personality is Killing Your Job Leads | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"The other day, a few of my peers and I were discussing our social media presence and how it’s evolved over the years. One of them had mentioned that they often Google themselves to see what..."

 

"It’s hard enough to land a job as a job seeker in this economy, it’s even worse if your online presence ruins chances before you can even get to do a phone interview. Do yourself a favor and Google yourself to see what kind of information is at recruiter’s disposal and do some damage control." - Ashley Lauren Perez

 

Read more: http://ashleylaurenperez.com/2013/03/08/job-seeker-maybe-your-online-personality-is-killing-your-job-leads/


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As Ashley points out in the article. It is a good idea to go find out what types of digital footprints you've left in the sand lately.

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Job Seekers use 6 Steps To Brand Themselves to Find A Job | Recent Grads

Job Seekers use 6 Steps To Brand Themselves to Find A Job | Recent Grads | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"A growing number of recent college graduates have taken low-level jobs and moved back in with their parents. But John Wilpers says the opportunities are abundant for Millenials."

 

"Wilpers says there are six basic steps that new grads can take:"

 

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http://hereandnow.wbur.org/2013/01/04/job-tips-students

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Job Seekers Strategy: Marketing Yourself in a Job Hunt

Job Seekers Strategy: Marketing Yourself in a Job Hunt | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"Whatever the economic and job market conditions, the surest way to uncover job opportunities is to be the best job seeker there is."

 

"You'll have a distinct advantage over your competition if you commit yourself to learning everything you can about job search strategies and tactics. Your biggest challenge will be to stay on course and see the mission through until you are successfully employed."

 

"Staying focused and on course is where the rubber meets the road during a job search. It literally separates the winners from the losers."

streetsmartprof's insight:

Read more about two main areas which separate the winners from the losers in the job hunt.

 

Understanding you are the product you're selling and to get ahead you must become a skilled marketer.

 

http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20121231/BIZ/212310313

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Job Seekers Use 5 Social Media Tips to Help Their Personal Brand

Job Seekers Use 5 Social Media Tips to Help Their Personal Brand | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"Any modern job search requires more than just a resume and portfolio."

 

"Here are five...tips... job seekers should consider when embarking on their job search."

 

**Use keywords which describe you

**Google yourself, your brand is what the internet says

**Seek out and engage with potential employers

**Use professional language, in a social fashion

**Be human and demonstrate your soft skills

 

http://bostinno.com/2012/12/08/5-essential-social-media-tips-for-your-job-hunt/

 

I will add a sixth one to the list which has to do with your personal brand.

 

**Step back and consider how your social media activities reflect the skills and capabilities on your resume.

 

Soft skills are in demand as you read articles around what companies are looking to hire. What better place than social media to demonstrate your soft skills, such as creativity, communication skills, work independently, multi-task, organized, or self-starter. These are only ideas, what are your key words?

 

If you compare your keyword list, can you see these keywords in the images, words and structure of your social sites, or are they full of what you did and what you ate.

 

In the current job hunt, hiring managers and HR departments will use search engines to review your personal brand. Make sure what they see is what you want, not what "the internet says about you".

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How Job Seekers Manage Their Personal Brand During a Job Search

How Job Seekers Manage Their Personal Brand During a Job Search | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"These days everything communicates 24/7 forever. Once it’s online, it’s there for good. Or for bad. Either way, it’s not going away."

 

"This is why it’s so important to manage all aspects of communication and your personal brand – particularly when you are interviewing for, or going into, a new job..."

 

"Jane Howze has been doing executive search 24/7 forever...She’s seen people communicate well, and less well."

 

Read the article for Jane's 5 tips of how to help manage your personal brand:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/georgebradt/2012/10/03/how-to-manage-your-personal-brand-especially-during-a-job-search/


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Job Seeker Turns Online Profile into Career Opportunities

Job Seeker Turns Online Profile into Career Opportunities | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"If you asked me the best way to job hunt a few years ago, with no hesitation I would have said that the job boards were the greatest way to go."

 

"If anyone had ever suggested that social media and creating an online presence was going to be the most effective way to capture employers’ attention, I would have thought they were out of their mind."

 

"When I was an early careerist, I was always told that job seekers should keep their social media profiles private to ensure that no information or pictures can be used against them when trying to land a job. Although this is great advice, job seekers don’t have to take it to an extreme. Yes, I kept my personal social media pages private but I ended up creating social media pages strictly for professional use."

 

Read the article to learn how Ashley is using social media to help grow her career. In her own words:

http://interviewiq.com.au/turn-your-online-profile-into-job-offers-and-opportunities

 

"Your online presence can help hiring managers, recruiters, and companies really get an idea of who you are and what you could potentially do for them. I was happy to see that the time I invested really did pay off. I felt that I made more progress doing it this way than the months I spent solely dedicated to time on job boards and submitting online applications.


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Job Seekers: How to Create Visibility for Your Brand

Job Seekers: How to Create Visibility for Your Brand | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"It’s all about who you know,” I’d often hear people say to me while I was going to college. More seasoned professionals had constantly told me that in order to leverage my position into the working world, it was best if I knew someone."

 

"I figured that knowing someone wasn’t as important as getting the education and experience to prove that I was competent enough to do a job. However, I soon found out that the advice of getting to know people was important for my career."

 

"Getting knowledge and experience was great but if you didn’t know someone to display that to, then your career hunt could be a bust. Sometimes people underestimate the importance of networking (I was one of them at one point). As I network more and more, I really do see that there are some fantastic benefits to it. - Ashley Lauren Perez"

 

The article covers how networking can help you accelerate finding a job and growing your career. Both from an external point of view as you grow your capabilities and skill sets as well as internally with a company.

 

Your brand is a combination of all of these areas, however, if you can't get people "talking" about you, your brand is lost in the noise of virtual land. Use your network to expose and spread your brand which you are working so hard to create.

 

Read the full article for insights into the ways networking can help the job hunt and your career from both an external as well as an internal point of view.

http://ashleylaurenperez.com/2012/08/15/how-will-your-career-benefit-from-business-networking/


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7 Status Updates to Post on LinkedIn for Job Seekers

7 Status Updates to Post on LinkedIn for Job Seekers | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

"Once you get a professional headshot up and your summary written, there’s a lot to tackle. Should you be more active in LinkedIn Answers? Participate in discussions in Groups? Start listing the books you’ve read? Where to begin?"

 

"To avoid feeling overwhelmed, you might want to start with the familiar. You are probably already on Facebook (as there are now almost one billion users, it’s kind of hard to avoid). If you feel pretty comfortable posting status updates to your friends, why not start using LinkedIn with that same approach?"

 

The article covers 7 types of status updates you can post on LinkedIn to help your job search. It also describes the types of status updates to avoid.

 

Recommending to find "your" unique approach to the types of status updates you post to help rise above the noise in your job search.

 

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http://www.careerealism.com/linkedin-status-updates-job-search/

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Job Seekers: Write Your Story Before Someone Else Does

Job Seekers: Write Your Story Before Someone Else Does | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

From the original article by Merry Richter: "Your brand is the sum total of your reputation, both personal and professional.


It’s a representation of your skills, character, trustworthiness, dedication, honesty, work ethic, appearance, and personality.


Basically every aspect of yourself that employers, co-workers, friends and family care about…everything that makes you YOU."


Robin Good: But the issue is, how can you take control, steer and direct your personal activities online so that they contribute to build up a "brand" that reflects your key strength and abilities?


"It’s scary to realize that some portion of your brand is being determined and communicated by other people, but in the age of hyper-social sharing, commenting and endorsing on the sites we all know and love, that’s exactly what’s happening.


So now, more than ever, it’s essential to take control of your brand. Write your own story before someone else writes it for you.


The first aspect of this is fairly obvious: live up to your own hype.


Deliver on the promises (implied and otherwise) that you’ve made..."


Basic. 7/10


Full article: http://blog.upmo.com/2012/05/12/personal-branding-in-a-hyper-social-age-your-brand-is-your-bond/ ;


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Tener una imagen frente al mundo no solo refleja quien eres como personas, tambien es necesario para una empresa para que los clientes persivan la valides de la misma.

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Job Seekers Get 10 Seconds for Your Brand - To Resonate and Stick

Job Seekers Get 10 Seconds for Your Brand - To Resonate and Stick | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

As a job seeker it is critical to remember hiring managers who are scanning resumes will give yours "no more" then 10 seconds for your brand message to sink in.

If they do not see something which resonates directly with them, based on your abilities to perform the job or your skill sets for future use, in the trash it goes.

 

Here are 5 key areas to help promote your brand during those precious seconds. These areas will help convey via your resume that you are a perfect match for the job. This does require tailoring your resume to each specific position applied for during the job hunt.

 

#1 - Job Target/Title at the Top of Your Resume

#2 - Branded Career Summary

#3 - Key Skills/Core Strengths

#4 - Accomplishment Statements

#5 - Bullet Points

 

If your personal brand does not jump off the resume with a single glance, it will be very difficult to rise above the noise. Use the 5 areas to make a better 1st impression and let the hiring manager know you are the best job seeker for the job.

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Job Seekers - To Brand or not to Brand?

Job Seekers - To Brand or not to Brand? | Job Seekers Advice with Street Smarts | Scoop.it

Job Seekers can hate it or love it, yet in today's job market you are an online brand.

Are you OK with the results on page one of a Google search with your name going viral for all of your friends, family and co-workers to see?

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