Lately I’ve been more serious about finding a career than ever. With that being said, I had interviews. And oh man I couldn’t relax. I kept trying to pump myself up remembering how I overcame twenty minute business presentations and deadlines for school. 128 more words
A very interesting thing happened this week. A fellow blogger, Andy, commented about how he was inspired to help others from my own commitment to do so. Andy did such a good job writing about his experience on how to get the work he desired that I believe his blog post is valuable enough to share here. Notice the amount time Andy spent on fleshing out his stories to share with his future employer. If you want to be memorable for a future employer, it is absolutely crucial that you flesh out some superior stories about your work. Andy took on average an hour for each of these. Andrew also spent 30 hours producing a report that demonstrated his ability to do the job. In my opinion these are the mainstays of job search. These activities allowed Andy to do the other items that probably got him noticed in the first place. Congratulations Andy, thanks for helping other men find work as well! I discovered Andy's story from his comment on my job search story page here.