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Job hunting & career development

  1. 1. Thecareerocean.com { Mr. LENG Chanprathna, CEO Job Hunting & Career Development
  2. 2.  We need two things:  Hope  Tools to discover our truest vision for our own lifeFor job hunters or careerchangers
  3. 3.  Free Agent  Athlete  Marketer  EntrepreneurWhat the mind can conceive, itcan be achieved.
  4. 4.  It’s not the government or employers who pull us out of job. It’s the consumer who recreates the job-market.  The truth that there are always jobs out there. May be not exactly the job title you are looking for.There Are Always Jobs OutThere
  5. 5.  Why not look for a job that really fits you, and gets you excited about getting up in the morning.  There will never, ever be another you. The world has never seen anyone quite like you before, and it will never see another You again. Your fingerprints unlike anyone else’s on earth.Where Do I Go From Herewith My Life
  6. 6.  Aim High. Identify a job that you could feel passionate about. Cut your dream down to only half, then you hunt for it with only half the enthusiasm. Never settle as you venture through life.  It ain’t easy. To labor, to sweat, if we are to achieve anything. We cannot expect anyone to come and carry us onward and upward. It will call for your character, determination, and persistence.Where Do I Go From Herewith My Life
  7. 7.  The importance of a Vision for Your Life. I think that a person’s highest calling is to serve others.  Creating the Vision  By intuition. If you felt most called to do in life was to make movies, it wouldn’t matter what your skills are, because almost any skills you have could be put to use there. So, ask yourself. what kind of footprint do you want to leave on this earth, after your journey here is done?  By luck. Luck depends on stumbling across someone with information that you don’t have. Get out more. Talk to more people.Where Do I Go From Herewith My Life
  8. 8.  Never give up.Where Do I Go From Herewith My Life
  9. 9.  He or she who gets hire is not necessarily the one who can do that job best; but the one who know the most of how to get hired—RICHARD LATHROP  Rejection Shock.  No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes.The Best Ways to Look for aJob
  10. 10.  Three Easiest Ways to Look for a Job:  The Internet. Search job online. Post your resume, so employers could find you. Like posting on www.thecareerocean.com. It’s free and easy.  Answering ads in newspaper  Going to private employment agencies.The Best Ways to Look for aJob
  11. 11.  The Six Effective Ways to Hunt for a Job:  Post resume. Be known. Become searchable to employers.  Knock on the door of any employer that interest you. Whether they are known to have vacancy or not.  Use Yellow Pages to identify subjects or fields of interest to you. Ask if they are hiring for the type of tasks you can do, and do well.  Ask for job-leads from: family members, friends, people in the community.  In a job club. Job-hunter community.  Doing a life-changing job hunt. What, Where, and How.  Use not just one of them, but up to four of them.The Best Ways to Look for aJob
  12. 12.  At least two different kinds of employers. Those who are interested in hiring you and those who are not interested in hiring you. For the latter you should thank them for their time. Ask if he know anyone who might be interested in someone like you. Then gently leave and write a thank-you note.How to Deal withHandicaps
  13. 13.  You may be obsessed with the fact that you are handicapped, that you have forgotten all the things you can do. Unless you’re thinking of all the reasons why employers might not hire you, instead of all the reasons why employers would. Unless you’re going about your job- hunt feeling like a job beggar, rather than as a resource person.How to Deal withHandicaps
  14. 14.  One handicap. Shyness.  A lot of people are frightened to go and talk to people for information, never mind for hiring.  Talk about something you are passionate about because it’s the key.How to Deal withHandicaps
  15. 15.  The primary purpose of a resume: get yourself invited in an interview. The primary purpose of an interview is to get you invited for the hiring interview.  Every person you know, is a contact. Ask if one know an employer would hire someone like you and your passionate skills.  The more people you know, the more people you meet, the more people you talk to, the more people you enlist as part of your own personal job-hunting network, the better your job-finding success is likely to be.  Post your resume on website like Thecareerocean.com. So to be known to employers.Resumes & Contacts
  16. 16.  An interview resemble dating, trying to decide if both want to go steady. It’s not science, but very art.  Employers think the way you are doing job-hunt is the way you will do the job. Were they foolish enough to hire half- heart job hunters.  Employers want concrete examples.  Employers don’t really care about your past, but ask in order to predict your future (behavior)  Go after small organizations with twenty or fewer employees.  Identify who has the power to hire you there. Use mutual friends and contacts.  Approach them as if you were resource person, able to produce better work for that organization than any predecessor; not as a job beggar.  Write a thanks-you note the same evening. They see you are good at people.Interview
  17. 17. Accountant Reporter Television Television ReporterHow to Choose a NewCareer When You Must
  18. 18.  Most of us embark on this search because we want to be happier.  Son, I will never understand you.  Man’s native gifts or aptitudes.  First talk to people who are already doing that work.  It’s ok to make a mistake, in your choice. You’ll have time to correct it, down the road, regardless of your age. Most of us have three to five careers, during our lifetime.  The clearer your vision of what you seek, the closer you are to finding it. For, what you are seeking is also seeking you.  Don’t expect a college degree in some career field will guarantee you a job. It will not.How to Choose a NewCareer When You Must
  19. 19.  Life is not about work but music.  Go and talk to people who are doing business.  Join business club or chamber of commerce.  Keep reading.  What the mind can conceive, it can achieve.  The degree of responsibility you take determine how much you create.  Running a business is not about having money, but how we make it work.  It all start from you. How could you trust others who know less to take care your business. How could you trust others whose business is not their own to take care your business.  When start something, problem ahead. But we solve it along the way.  Don’t worry about a team, cause we can train them.  Go to international exhibition (Hong Kong or Singapore) to find good suppliers.If you want to start a business

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