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U.S. Department of Labor Executive Employment Workshop Transition from Military to Civilian Workplace . Did you know?. Even when unemployment is high, it is estimated that at least one million job openings exist nationally at any given time. Richard Bolles

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U.S. Department of Labor

Executive Employment WorkshopTransition from Military to Civilian Workplace

did you know
Did you know?

Even when unemployment is high, it is estimated that at least one million job openings exist nationally at any given time.

Richard Bolles

“What Color is Your Parachute?”

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“Quote/Unquote”

“The job market is not an organized system. It is disorganized chaos.”

Richard Lathrop

“Who’s Hiring Who”

did you know1
Did you know?

Eighty-five percent of all job

openings are not advertised,

posted, or otherwise made

available for the general public.

J. Michael Farr

Jist Works, Inc.

did you know2
Did you know?

Half of all present jobs will not

exist in 10 to 15 years.

Pamela Smith

Jist Works, Inc.

did you know3
Did you know?

In a 2012 JobVite Survey, 89% of hiring decision-makers and recruiters reported using social media sites such as LinkedIn to find their candidates.

Sultan Camp

“Career Attraction”

did you know4
Did you know?

Every year, between 20 and 30

million American’s suffer from

long-term unemployment.

Dr. Robert Wagmann

“Job Search Assistance, A Review”

did you know5
Did you know?

Forty-two percent of all job

openings remain unfilled because

an employer cannot find a

qualified applicant.

Richard Bolles

“What Color is Your Parachute?”

did you know6
Did you know?

Nine out of ten job seekers

remain unemployed because

they can’t answer problem

interview questions.

J. Michael Farr

“The Work Book”

did you know7
Did you know?

It’s not always the person who has

the best skills and experience that

gets hired.

Tom Jackson

“Guerilla Tactics in the Job Market”

did you know8
Did you know?

87% of all applications received

by employers are not filled out

correctly; and they are generally

filed in a wastebasket.

Debbie Featherston

Jist Works

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Did you know?

In the first four to seven minutes

of an interview, the employer has

already made a hiring decision.

Richard Gaither,

Job Search Consultant

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Did you know?

The average employer will spend

7-10 seconds reading your

resume.

Richard Gaither

Job Search Consultant

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“One personal contact is worth 100 resumes.”

Joyce Lain Kennedy

Executive Editor

“Career World”

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Did you know?

It takes 245 resumes for one

response from an employer. That

response may be:

“Sorry, we have no openings.”

Tom Jackson

“Guerilla Tactics in the Job Market”

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37% of the people who ask for something get it.

100% of the people who don’t ask, don’t get what they want.

Richard Gaither

Job Search Consultant

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Did you know?

In 2012, an average of 470,000 resumes were posted on Monster each week. 

Essentially, for every job opening in the U.S., there are roughly 187 qualified and unqualified job applicants.

Sultan Camp

“Career Attraction”