- Are you marketable?
- How will you differentiate yourself from everyone else?
- How will you demonstrate key characteristics for maximum opportunities?
So why ask these three questions? Whether you are in high school or college and looking for summer or full time employment, you face a tough job market. Being able to answer these three questions in a targeted and positive manner can help put you in a winning situation.
Are you marketable? When an employer does a social media check on you, what will they find? When they call you, what will your voicemail tell them about you? Your social media is your first line of contact and will either provide support for you as a professional and serious candidate for a job, or it can be a yellow or red flag that diminishes your opportunity.
How will you differentiate yourself from everyone else? What have you done that furthers your capabilities to perform on the job? Is it a degree or have you participated in a learning experience that measures abilities? CareerBuilders and many of the top job search engines and headhunting experts have written about the need to have supportive data to back up your claims to job capability. We can help you provide that data through expert tools and guidance.
How will you demonstrate key characteristics for maximum opportunities? As employers conduct interviews, more and more they are looking for evidence of your past performance as a predictor of your future performance capability. What examples will you use from your past experiences as a demonstration of your future performance?
Making yourself marketable is a matter of looking at you from another perspective and taking action. We can help you do that! Contact us for more information.