Most people don't realize that the methods used to find employment have changed greatly over the past five to ten years. www.mybigjobsearch.com is a new web site designed to train job seekers in modern search techniques.
Rock Hill, SC (PRWEB) February 5, 2010
If traditional methods of job search are not producing responses, Staff Resources, Inc., a leading recruiting and outplacement company headquartered in South Carolina, can help candidates update their searching techniques and modernize their approaches. The company has just unveiled a new, innovative method to streamline and expedite job searches. This contemporary job site, mybigjobsearch.com, is designed to give candidates all the training and focus needed to deal with modern, up-to-date methods for conducting an employment search.
All the basic information is there, including help with resume preparation, interview training, financial planning, and self-evaluation. Candidates will also learn how to deal with change, how and where to look for a job, how to negotiate an offer, and what to expect after the offer. Additionally, this ground-breaking site is chock full of the little details that make a big difference in a job search—such as how to respond properly when a recruiter calls and how to monitor body language and maintain eye contact during an interview. These and similar issues are critical to success.
This site is specially designed for those who have not been in the job market for several years. Most people don’t realize the techniques used for a successful job search five or ten years ago are completely outdated today. To help make skills current, more than seventy-five interview questions typically asked during a job interview are listed on mybigjobsearch.com, along with a list of questions the candidate should ask the interviewer. Some suggestions on how to present weaknesses in a way that actually turns them into positives are offered as well.
When the preparation stage is complete, several videos will address specific skills like resume prep, interviewing skills, and effective use of the internet. And when the candidate is ready to respond to job openings, this site also provides over 425 organized links to active job boards and job postings separated by function and industry. No more searching and no more guessing is required! In addition, over 800 other links to relocation sites, salary surveys, travel info, maps, job fair listings, civic clubs, professional organizations, and e-mail finders are available. A method for finding lost contacts is also included because networking has proven to be the most efficient way to uncover job opportunities. Mybigjobsearch.com shows how and where to network and even permits a search for recruiters all around the world by specialty or location.
Links to most major newspapers worldwide are available on this site, classified by city and by newspaper name. And for those thinking about leaving the corporate world and starting or buying a business, links to entrepreneurial sites and instructions on how to write a business plan are there, too.
Access to this entire site is being offered for only $25.00. For an additional fee, a live, experienced counselor is available to offer assistance if needed.
The creators of mybigjobsearch.com have been recruiting for large and small companies for the past 15 years. Prior to entering the recruiting industry, they experienced full careers in the corporate world, working for Fortune 500 companies as CEO’s, Plant Managers and HR Directors. Having experience on both sides of the recruiting desk means they know what works and what doesn’t, making them uniquely qualified to share their valuable job search knowledge.
Mybigjobsearch.com is an interactive web site designed to shorten the job search process by providing in one convenient location all the material needed for success. A few clicks of the mouse will supply tools and links to get job openings in front of the candidate in just a few short minutes, reducing the stress and frustration often experienced by job searchers unfamiliar with new techniques.
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