Crowds Scramble For Resume Help But Are Still Missing The Winning Formula

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Current unemployment numbers suggest that many will continue to struggle to find employment – unless something drastic is done to change their job search.

If getting the proper resume help is the key towards gaining the career you desire, then why is this happening? The United States Department of Labor says that the overall unemployment rate has decreased to 4.7% this month, but over 17% of those individuals have remained unemployed for 27 months or longer. And that number doesn’t show any sign of decreasing in the month’s ahead.

Even more surprising is that there are just under half a million “discouraged workers” that continue to work in a job that they hate – simply because they feel that there is nothing else out there for them. The question remains, why are these so called “undesirables” unable to get a job in a booming economy? Does it really stem from a lack of skills, or does it have to do with their resumes and interview tactics? Or is it something else altogether?

Every month millions of Americans come to employment centers all over the country looking for help in their job searches. They all leave with the same packet of information- a small brochure on how to get resume help, the current job listings in their area, and rules and regulations regarding unemployment benefits if they are eligible. The rest of the job search process is up to them.

With this type of information, it is no wonder that many continue to struggle week after to week to find good opportunities; much less actually get a job that they want. Those that know the secrets to getting a good job will likely get one within the first few weeks of their search. Those that don’t understand the market are likely to remain in the 17% of the serial unemployed or join the half a million “discouraged workers” doing a job that they hate day in and day out.

So how does one end serial unemployment? World renowned career advisor and hiring manager David Green says it has to do with a multitude of factors. “Many job seekers are looking for resume help as an instant-fix for their job search woes. But 9 chances out of 10, a simple rewrite just isn’t going to make a big enough difference. They need to understand their own wants and needs, and then understand the inner workings of a hiring manager. Only then will the serial unemployed get back into the workforce.”

After years of skimming through unorganized resumes and cover letters and sitting through disastrous interviews, David Green decided that something had to be done to help the American public in their job searches. He developed a special report that outlines the “6 Secret Keys to Unlock the Career you Desire.” In order to help the serial unemployed or “discouraged workers” stuck in this unforgiving job market. This report is free for all job seekers and shares some of the secrets that hiring agents want you to know. David says “We only hope that this report, coupled with a drive to succeed, can get some of these serial unemployed out of the job search market and into a job that they really want. This isn’t another resume help report that leaves you with unanswered questions.”

You can download your copy of “The 6 Secret Keys To UnLock The Career You Desire In 2006!” ($17.95 Value) for free today at:

Click here ==> http://www.PowerfulJobSearchTips.com

About For Career Success, LLC:

David Green is a hiring manager, author, career advisor and the CEO of For Career Success LLC, and many other successful websites.

David is one of the most sought after career advisors in the world. As a hiring manager he gives a unique prospective on how to approach an employer or organization that has been proven to work. David has also used his expertise in marketing to teach job seekers how to market and position themselves to employers or organizations.

For More Information Contact:

David Green, CEO

For Career Success, LLC

414-534-6717

http://www.PowerfulJobSearchTips.com

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