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Modern Job Search Techniques in 2012
Submitted By: findemail Date: April 18, 2012, 01:10:33 PM Views: 4586
Summary: Today the people with the best most modern job search techniques are moving up and ahead in their careers. Are you finding the same kind of success?

Modern job search techniques in 2012 are both a blessing and a curse for employment seekers. On the one hand, the collection of jobs set in databases make it easy to find and sort through all of the opportunities in your local area to find the most suitable match. On the other hand, everyone and their brother with a similar background to yours can perform the same search and see the same results. Using job banks and databases to find jobs online is a pretty level playing field where everyone has the same access to the same information. Having said that, here are a few modern job search techniques that can help you get a job faster.

Aggregate, Sort, and Select Suitable Jobs by Location

The people with the best job search techniques these days will perform multiple sorts on the available jobs in their area and pare them down into lists of suitable jobs in similar locations. The employment seeker then can efficiently put in applications at a number of similar jobs in similar locations in a short amount of time and using a minimal amount of gas (a real constraint these days at $4.00 / gallon). Those who use the job search techniques that divide and conquer job bank results get the most done in the least time for the least overall cost. Incidentally - this sort of performance is typical of a desirable worker... just sayin'.

Moving Up in the Company or Moving Out

Today's employee can expect to change jobs at least 5 times in their lifetime, and these days even full-blown career shifts are not out of the question. The reason for this trend toward instability and job-hopping? A simple lack of loyalty on the part of employers. These days most employers do not promote from within, and there is no guarantee that the company itself will be around in 10 years, let alone 30! The days of working 30 years for the same company are all but over. Only in extremely rare cases do employees stick around longer. Basically, the lower you are on the totem pole at your workplace today, the more it behooves you to get moving to a better job - because face it - you're not going anywhere in your current position. Promotions JUST DON'T HAPPEN anymore. People move up only by moving OUT. So the people with the best job search techniques keep on looking for better jobs within a couple of months of working at an initial job. Why? Because after a few months it will become quickly obvious who the power players are within your current organization and whether you have a snowball's chance in heck of moving up. If there is no chance of moving up, there is no point in sticking around. Keep collecting the paycheck until you get a better job.

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