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  • 1. •54% of Households Have Someone Who's Been Without Work This Year http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2TS9R3/www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2010/04/54-of-households-have- someone-whos-been-without-work-this-year/39263/
  • 2. The Census Bureau projects By 2018, that there will be roughly 21.8 million more adults in the U.S than in 2008
  • 3. 95 percent of the increase in population will be over 55 and more than half will be over 65
  • 4. A potential gap of 6 million unfilled jobs
  • 5. Nearly half of these jobs will be in the social sectors • Health Care and Social Assistance • Educational services • Nonprofits • The Performing Arts • Museums • Libraries • Government
  • 6. Permanent White Water
  • 7. ongoing uncertainly • A time of and turbulence we can't see where these changes are headed although we want to make certain when tossed from the boat we swim rather than sink. -Peter B. Vaill
  • 8. ―We have no idea what is going to happen in the future, no one has a clue what the world will be like in even 5 years. The only thing that any of us can know for certain life will continue to change at a rapid pace.― -Sir Ken Robinson
  • 9. The only constant is
  • 10. • Rate of change is accelerating.
  • 11. Everyone naturally avoids and fears change
  • 12. People want things to stay the same but at the same time get better.
  • 13. Hope is not a job search strategy
  • 14. BUT All growth, progress, advancement requires
  • 15. A
  • 16. Law of Control you feel POSITIVE about yourself
  • 17. to the degree in which you feel In Control
  • 18. You feel negative to the degree that you feel
  • 19. not in control
  • 20. Whatever you sow you will reap
  • 21. Then plant different seeds
  • 22. “Am I able?”
  • 23. “Am I willing”
  • 24. I CAN’T I WON’T
  • 25. • Often we are not willing to do what it takes to achieve our goals. » Jan Peter Aursnes
  • 26. Neuroscience
  • 27. • when you’re in the unknown sometimes experience gets in the way
  • 28. Habituation
  • 29. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSQJP4 0PcGI&feature=player_embedded
  • 30. Aug 1929 – Mar 1933
  • 31. How Most People look for Work • Want Ads/ Sunday Papers • Internet • Employment Agencies • Word of Mouth • Direct Contact with Employers
  • 32. How Employers Fill Jobs • Internal Networks • Job Postings • External Networks (Professional Organizations) • Placement Employment Agencies • Civil Service Lists
  • 33. How do you look for job openings • Job Boards percentage of job- seekers who actually get their jobs off the boards is relatively low about 5-10 percent • Recruiters -- About 10-20 percent of people in search find their jobs through recruiters
  • 34. • Cold Calling -- Approximately 10- 20 percent of people in search find their jobs by cold calling on potential decision makers in companies • Networking -- Close to 70-80 percent of people in search get their jobs through networking
  • 35. CareerXroads 8th Annual Source of Hire Study: CareerBuilder is accountable for 3.95% of external hires Monster 3.14% HotJobs 1.35%
  • 36. 27.3% of new hires resulting from employee referrals 80% of jobs found from networking Adriana Llames
  • 37. http://hiremecapitaldistrict.posterous.com/
  • 38. Insanity doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein
  • 39. How do your actions track to things that are important
  • 40. • Jobs seekers spend 68% of their time looking at online job postings • –and less than one-third of their time reaching out to others (UpMo.com)
  • 41. Google search • ―write a resume‖ - 21,600,000 results • ―resume advice‖ - 53,700,000 results • ―cover letter advice‖ - 24,800 results
  • 42. Evaluation: the most important part of the process
  • 43. Failure is success if we learn from it » Malcolm Forbes
  • 44. The recession is not the obstacle. The obstacle is to abandon conventional job hunting methods
  • 45. ―If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there.‖ - Cheshire Cat
  • 46. • “You can’t hit a target you can’t see. You can’t accomplish wonderful things with your life if you have no idea of what they are. You must first become absolutely clear about what you want.‖ —Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement
  • 47. Be concrete • The more specific you are about what you want to do, the easier it becomes to develop a strategy to accomplish it.
  • 48. Strategy Before Tactics Why? Because you fill sandbags before a flood. Because you don’t ask someone to marry you before you ask her on a date.
  • 49. So What is your Plan a fool with a plan can beat a genius with no plan. -- Boone Pickens
  • 50. Mark Granovetter Study Getting a Job • 56% of people find employment through a personal connection • 18.8 Advertisements/ Placement Agencies • 20% Applied Directly
  • 51. The Strength of Weak Ties Of those who used a contact to get a job 16.7% saw their contact regularly 55.6% saw their contact only occasionally 28% saw their contact rarely • http://www.flickr.com/photos/alishalynn/3362812680
  • 52. People were not getting job through their friends, they were getting jobs through their associations
  • 53. 1973
  • 54. Focus on the who before the how. Liz Lynch
  • 55. Relationship Centric Goals Who Can Accelerate my Ability to Achieve that Goal
  • 56. Those with specialized knowledge
  • 57. Those who actively network
  • 58. Those who've already achieved
  • 59. TOP 3 Job Search Mistakes Most People are Making You believe networking yields instant results http://www.mscareergirl.com/2010/03/24/3-job-search-mistakes-most-people-are-making/
  • 60. Job search is a workflow. Think farming. NO SHORTCUTS. NO SILVER BULLETS. @jtomblanco
  • 61. Using your contacts insight just as a resume conduit creates a huge missed opportunity
  • 62. Instead, ask for insight and gather data
  • 63. • Ask what their department is working on • What business opportunities their company is focused on • How they interface with the department you’re interested in • What are the top corporate initiatives, and company concerns/risks? • What bothers your contact about their company • What’s bugging their boss?
  • 64. • Real relationships are patterns of mutual investment. I invest in you, you invest in me. » Umair Haque
  • 65. • The reason very few people are willing to refer job leads and opportunities is because they don’t yet trust you enough to make a referral.
  • 66. start giving back before you start taking
  • 67. • Favors are the currency of success. » Tim Sanders
  • 68. What If You looked for a DATE the same way you looked for work
  • 69. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FRwC s99DWg&feature=player_embedded
  • 70. LinkedIn Profiles - More Accurate Than Resumes • "LinkedIn profiles maintained by a candidate are more accurate than the Resume maintained by the same candidate...: • http://www.fistfuloftalent.com/2010/03/linkedin-profiles--- more-accurate-than-resumes-sad-but-true.html
  • 71. According to recent U.S study by Cross Tab Marketing: • 75% of HR departments are now required to research candidates online. That means they’re looking candidates up on Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. • 70% of U.S recruiters and HR professionals say they have rejected candidates based on information they found online. • 85% of employers say that positive online reputation influences their hiring decisions at least to some extent. And nearly half say a strong online reputation influences their decisions to a great extent.
  • 72. Forzana Ali
  • 73. IF YOUR PRODUCT SUCKS SOCIAL MEDIA WON’T FIX IT
  • 74. Dominate your niche http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHhfDkLrOpA
  • 75. So, why choose you? The answer to that question is your competitive advantage I will choose you when your advantages are greater than the competition
  • 76. Examples of your Competitive Advantage • Hard-to-replicate Talent • Hard-earned skills • Higher productivity due to insight or organization allowing you to be cheaper • Existing relationships • A network effect supporting you (respected references and trusted sources within your job field • Unique story that resonates with your target audience • Emotional intelligence • Connection to community
  • 77. Potential employers want to see one thing above all else: PROOF OF YOUR SKILLS
  • 78. “Brands are built on what people are saying about you, not what you’re saying about yourself.” Guy Kawasaki
  • 79. Developing your personal brand
  • 80. The Brand Called You Creating your BRAND • Resume • http://oddee.com/item_96996.aspx • http://www.resumebucket.com/sample-cover-letters/Internet/Sample-Google-Administrator-Cover-Letter.html • http://bokardo.com/archives/the-blog-is-the-new-resume/ • http://www.resumerabbit.com/index.jsp?pid=c7d63b3c64a2198cfa05e529eaaf9903&AID=5835241&CJPID=3423657 • http://www.employmentdigest.net/2009/09/resume-keywords-for-job-search-success/ • Cover Letter • http://snipr.com/k6aos#job • http://www.gradversity.com/guerrilla-cover-letters/ • References • Business Card • http://www.bitrebels.com/geek/cool-and-unusual-business-card-designs/ • http://creativebits.org/cool_business_card_designs • http://www.mydropcard.com/ • http://businesscard2.com/ • Creating a Bio • http://www.personalbrandingblog.com/18-sources-of-personal-branding-credibility/ • Portfolio • http://www.employmentdigest.net/2009/08/when-to-introduce-your-30-60-90-day-plan-to-a-hiring-manager/ • http://www.visualcv.com/www/indexc.html • http://jefffisherlogomotives.blogspot.com/2008/06/prepare-for-any-marketing-or-promotion.html • Web-site • www.Myhusbandneedsajob.com • http://www.yola.com/ • Blog • http://www.weebly.com/ • http://www.posterous.com/ • http://www.twittershouldhireme.com/ • Linkedin Profile • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzT3JVUGUzM&feature=related • Facebook Profile • Twitter Profile • Video Resume • http://www.islandreefjob.com/#/Clare • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NApAlPH4hqA • http://vimeo.com/437470 • Wardrobe • http://www.ordinarypeopleonly.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/guidelines.pdf • Email • http://www.constantcontact.com/features/tours.jsp • Interviewing Skills • http://www.howtonailaninterview.com/ • http://www.theladders.com/career-advice/7-interview-questions-uncover-corporate-culture Mistake #7: Not memorizing a 90-second "verbal resume."
  • 81. Only 2 years ago, employers spent • about $30 billion on advertising, career fairs, and headhunters with about $8.5 billion of that spent on newspaper, job board, and other forms of recruitment advertising.
  • 82. • As the recession hit in 2008 and 2009, the total spending on recruitment advertising dropped by about two-thirds to about $3.5 billion:
  • 83. Market Share 2010 14.46% 9.55% 3.01% 71.07%
  • 84. The Greatest enemy of your continued development is your Comfort Zone
  • 85. Life Is learning – • when you settle in and become overly content with what you (already) know, you stifle your own personal growth and development. Emily Jasper
  • 86. Time is the most valuable coin in your life you and you alone will determine how that coin will be spent Carl Sagan
  • 87. The gift of unemployment is……… TIME Douglas E. Welch
  • 88. Human beings are to independent action
  • 89. what cats are to swimming.
  • 90. "You cannot build a reputation on what you are going to do." -Henry Ford
  • 91. • Experience comes with time • No shortcuts
  • 92. Good Judgment comes with experience
  • 93. And experience comes from bad judgment
  • 94. If things are not going well then you’ll probably learn allot and get better later
  • 95. FAIL FAST
  • 96. Learn Fast
  • 97. FIX FAST
  • 98. • Ben Thomas • usabjt@labor.state.ny.us
  • 99. • http://myfirstfail.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/mff-eviltwin.jpg • http://www.redwinebuzz.com/winesooth/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/sign-realitycheck.jpg • http://media.photobucket.com/image/acceptance/salviaforme/album2/pastsign.jpg • http://static5.channels.com/thumbnails/-choice-tv--f198995.jpg • http://www.thebusyfool.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/fotolia_5665994_xs.jpg • http://careersuccess.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/01/what-are-you-getting-better-at.html • http://www.personalbrandingblog.com/msnbc-misunderstands-role-of-social-media-in-job- search/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter