Finding a mentor is just one aspect of landing a job. There is so much to do when you’re starting your job search. Where should you start?
Starting on the right road for your job search is a major concern for most job seekers.
Hannah Morgan (@CareerSherpa) and I have coached and worked with many job seekers just like you. We decided it would be useful to create a guide to help job seekers approach job search with a laser focus. Our eBook provides the “five things” you need to do for every major aspect of your job search. Don’t forget – we are offering some special bonuses to the first people who purchase a copy. Offer expires on June 14th!
To continue to celebrate our launch, we are sharing tips from some of our colleagues. (Lots of us focus on “five things” for job seekers…These tips are not in our book, but we thought this great advice would help get you in the mind frame for our “five best” ebook.)
Today, we’re sharing a link to a post by Amanda Congdon of the Young Entrepreneur Council: Five ways to find an amazing mentor.
If you don’t have a mentor, this is an important topic to consider. When you connect with the right mentor, your career (and your job search) is much more likely to be successful.
Learn more about our eBook, You Need a Job, 5 Steps to Get One – 29 chapters outlining the 5 things you need to do to succeed in every step of your job hunt.
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