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In any marketing campaign (which is what a job search really is) the very first step is to determine where the market is for your product or service (your experience and skills) to maximize opportunities for sales (landing a job).
Unfortunately, many job searches miss this important step. The job searcher may be looking for a job that is either in decline or not available in the geographic are they seek. The job seeker is metaphorically “fishing in a dry pond” and wasting time, effort and energy.
In this webinar, Ed Andriessen, CEO of Business Training Resource and Kevin Lewis, CEO of Lewis Education Group, answers important questions about how to conduct market research for a job search and avoid “fishing in a dry pond”.
Ed and Kevin will cover:
• Why job market research is necessary before you start your search
• What are the key elements of job market research?
• Where to find job market information
• What are the hot jobs and how do you get training for them
• Online resources for new job titles, descriptions and responsibilities
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