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Monday February 08, 2016 . . .  It’s that time of year when job seekers resolve to find new job or improve the one they have.  And, while some will succeed, many others will fail.  Why do job searches fail?  Here's why . . .
● Lack of preparation or practice
● Not working at their job search
● Working at it only sporadically
● Lack of persistence
● Disorganization
● Not understanding networking
● Not networking
● Being unclear about the type of job you want
● Not knowing what you're qualified to do
● Failure to follow-up
● Failing to thank people who help
● Winging it!
Forewarned is forearmed. Now you know what NOT TO DO so that you don't de-rail your job search.  By investing the time to learn about how to conduct a job search, developing the right marketing materials, working diligently, and persisting consistently . . . when others would have given up . . . , you'll find yourself sitting in your new position this time, next year!
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