How to make find new relationships to help in your job search, using Google.
This cast came together as a result of two conversations. First, a forum post in which a member had taken a role below his skill level. The result was in 18 months of job searching and 50+ applications, nothing but rejection. When they read that, Wendii and Mark banged their heads on the desk and said: stop making applications and start talking to people.
That's easier said than done, however, judging by an email we were sent. This person asked: I am embarrassed to admit I am blind to what good companies are in my area. I didn't realize it until you answered the first question about how to identify a good employer. That is all the more reason to get started and engage my network! Do you have any recommendations or contacts in this area that may be able to help?
The answer was no, we didn't. But we could Google some good opportunities to meet people. How? In this cast we're going to give you the first step. There'll be more to follow.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How do I use Google to find a job?
- What search terms should I use?
- How do I find people to help me in my job search with Google?
Other Parts of This Series
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