Huge Jobs Boom Coming Says New York Jobs Coach; Offers Tips to Get Ready

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Executive Job Coach, Charles Moldenhauer says the job market is about to shift as the pressure on companies becomes too high. "They can’t continue the 'sit tight and wait' strategy. Job seekers need to get ready for the 'soon to come' boom in U.S. jobs." Moldenhauer offers four change-making ideas for finding a job now.

Jobs Coaching for the Coming Boom: Charles Moldenhauer, Executive Job Coach, New York

The opportunities are coming, and it’s time for job seekers to get ready and make changes in preparation for the coming surge.

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Top New York Job Coach, Charles Moldenhauer, says a huge U.S. jobs boom is about to hit and job seekers need to get ready now.

Moldenhauer points to the fact that corporations have a record $1.6 trillion in cash -- the highest level in 46 years. “Even before the year ends, they’ve already borrowed $143.6 billion, and they’ve done it at a faster rate than in any of the past 10 years. They will spend it soon but when will it start to happen is anyone's guess. It is probable it will be within the next two quarters. And they will be spending it on creating new jobs.”

He says the time to prepare for the job boom is now and offers four change-making ideas to help job seekers get ready.

1. Toss out all the old ideas or plans, all of what you did to get “stuck” in your job search. Throw out that plan you explored, the lower level job focus and the useless networking and career sites that have you trapped. Think new slate. Think about original ideas.

2. Update you. Your profile, bio, resume have quickly become “old hat” in a matter of a few months. Take them up a level, using a crisper take with better content in your words and even your picture. Use the sharper content and change to represent new energy.

3. Challenge yourself. Create new ways to identify job opportunities. Go direct to people running companies, try Questions and Company Search on Linkedin, create unique conversations and new ideas. Use multiple ways to find a job, not just one way for greater results. Go after companies that are making money or going through change. Go beyond what you thought was out of reach yesterday.

4. Be accountable. You should have a mentor or coach watching and keeping reports, pushing you to do better each week, each day and each hour. Job seekers will then find they are getting real contacts, calls, interviews and job offers.

"If you are doing a job search or thinking about next steps, it is time to regroup, re-energize and kick your search up a notch,” says Moldenhauer. “The opportunities are coming, and it’s time for job seekers to get ready and make changes in preparation for the coming surge.”

About Charles Moldenhauer
Charles Moldenhauer is a top coach in New York having been Managing Director of DBM's transitioning practice in North America. He received an MBA from Columbia Business School in New York. He has been a coach or consultant for over 30 years, wrote HIRE ME! and is highly sought after for media interviews. For more information on Moldenhauer and his firm, Executive Job Coach, please visit http://www.executivejobcoach.com.

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