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© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE1 Ann K. Jordan Lynne T. Whaley Investigating Your Career Searching for a Job
© Thomson South-Western SLIDE2 CHAPTER 13 Searching for a Job Identify your job search goals. Research industries and employers. Manage your job search. Identify the next step to take to reach your career goal.
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE3 Setting Your Job Search Goals Meeting your budget Supporting your P*A*T*H to Success
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE4 Researching Industries and Employers Finding background information Talking to people
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE5 Finding Background Information Use the Internet to search for helpful sources. Individual companies Professional and trade organizations Information from companies Libraries
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE6 Talking to People Attend career fairs and job fairs. Arrange informational interviews. Job shadow.
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE7 Managing Your Job Search Preparing your career portfolio Using proven job search strategies Planning your time Keeping a positive attitude Tracking your activities
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE8 Preparing Your Career Portfolio Employment documents References Personal Fact Sheet Resume Cover letter Blank notepaper, a pen, and a pencil
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE9 Using Proven Job Search Strategies Network. Ask your counselor. Use the Internet. Register at the state employment office. Read job ads. Refer to telephone directories.
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE10 Benefits of Networking Employers reduce selection time and save money because networks refer qualified candidates. Your resume may get priority consideration by employers. Employers know how to contact you before they have an official job opening. You are able to add new people to your network—your personal job-search team.
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE11 Steps to Building a Network 1. 1. Make a list of everyone you know. 2. 2. Request help from the people you listed. 3. 3. Follow up on the leads. 4. 4. Send each person who helped you a handwritten thank-you note on quality stationery.
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE12 Tracking Your Activities Network Tracking Card Company Tracking Card
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE13 Making a Choice Working for an employer Working for yourself
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE14 Working for Yourself Business description Marketing plan Operating plan Financial management plan
© Thomson South-Western CHAPTER 13 SLIDE15 Summary I can identify my job search goals. I can research employers and industries. I know how to manage my job search. I can identify the next step to take to reach my career goal.
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