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October 26 2010 - BECOMING A CSI: CAREER SEARCH INVESTIGATOR CAPITALIZE ON YOUR JOB SEARCH TECHNOLOGY with Jim Wolf
Whether you have access to sophisticated research database tools or rely on public data, knowing how to conduct your own job research is essential to your success. James G. Wolf, a career expert for more than a quarter-century, can help you become a competent CSI: Career Search Investigator. His proprietary techniques enhance your job search skills and nearly every aspect of your transition process.
- Use job posting site content to develop strong resume content
- Analyze YOUR INDIVIDUAL job market and employment activity
- Find hidden job postings
- Uncover the identity of companies and individuals behind anonymous job postings
- Strengthen networking lists
- Determine company e-mail addresses for practically everyone
- Obtain key information about prospective employers and hiring managers
James G. Wolf, president of HRMC, has been in corporate career transition services with the company since 1986. Jim is the developer and manager of the firm’s Alliance Network of more than 100 affiliated independent career transition firms. He also led the development of e-Connect™, a successful remote-based career transition program serving candidates nationwide. As a frequent guest on KMOX News Radio, Jim provides insight on job market changes. Jim is also a regularly featured career expert on KMOV-TV’s “Ready to Work” series. For over 12 years, he has conducted customized, fast-paced, interactive workshops such as “Networking Skills,” “Job Search Strategy,” “Job Interviewing,” and “Capitalizing on Job Search Technology,” to provide job-seekers with proven systems to gain the competitive edge.
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