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Tips to Get YOUR Dream Job

8 Mar

We’d all like to have a great job. And strong career path prospects. Thus, today we cover tips to get YOUR dream job. See the infographic below.

First, take a look at any of these posts that apply to you. Because of the priority that Evans on Marketing places on career happiness, the posts are all within the past 3 months:

As YOU look ahead, what is your dream job (career)? What are your strengths that will make you a superior candidate for that job? Also, what are the weaknesses that you must work on to become a better job candidate? And what are you doing to minimize these weaknesses? Overcome any complacency that you may possess.


Tips to Get YOUR Dream Job — An Infographic

According to Jack Milgram, writer and blogger:

“In life, enjoying your job is extremely important. And the closer your job is to the one you imagine in your dreams – the better. Some people struggle to find their dream job their whole life. Others get it by a happy accident. There are also those who just do their best and eventually get what they want.”

“Our infographic is going to help you with getting your dream job. You’ll learn how to write a winning resume, gain control over your body language, and ace any job interview. Check it out!”

Click the infographic to see  a larger version.

Overall, what do YOU think are the most important tips in the infographic? What actions will YOU take to enhance your skill set? And better position yourself to get your dream job? [Be sure to be honest with yourself. Don’t overestimate your skills. Be realistic!! Be ready for your next career move.]


Tips to Get YOUR Dream Job -- An Infographic

Tips for Getting Your Dream Job

26 Sep

We’ve made many posts on career planning and development. In fact, we have a full category on this topic — with about 200 posts.

We’d like to add to this library with a good multimedia presentation by Fortune related to “9 tips to land your dream job.”

As Erika Frey writes:

“Ah, the dream job. Just as work has been reshaped by technology and globalization, so too have our professional fantasies. While jobs atop the corporate ladder haven’t totally lost their luster, more and more Americans are seeking work-life balance. And now that leaner, recession-tested firms are hiring again, they’re looking for something different too. Given the new landscape, we asked a few ­experts —­ career coaches, headhunters, and recruiters — to weigh in with their best, most relevant tips for today. The old rules still ­apply—network, network, network!—but here’s the latest on how to land that ideal job, whatever it may be.”

Click here to read the 9 tips.

Click the image to view a Fortune video about these tips.


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