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Friday, August 1, 2014 . . .Follow-Up to to Speed Up Your Job Search. . . . . What is the biggest thing most job seekers say they would have done differently to speed up their job search?   Follow-up.

In today's job market, with 50 or 100 or 1000 candidates vying for the same position, your submission of your resume or application is as likely as not to land on the bottom of the stack!  It is not nearly proactive enough to submit your resume or application and WAIT. 

In this tough employment market it becomes your responsibility to get "you" noticed.  Plan to follow-up with the employer after you submit your materials. 

And, remember. . . .  that "first follow-up" is just that - a first follow-up.  Plan to stay in touch and continue to express your interest.  Following-up raises your chance of being noticed by the employer so that you can gain access, a conversation, an interview, and ultimately, an offer.  For more information on how to follow-up, click on this link: 
To Find A New Job Quicker . . . Follow-up! 

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