JOB HUNTING. Seeking and Keeping a Job. What Does a Hiring Manager Want to Know About You? . That you can learn the job quickly Find out duties & requirements for the job Give example of when you performed each requirement That you will do the work Add details to examples
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Seeking and Keeping a Job
Check employment pages of your favorite companies
Answer some help-wanted ads
Send a letter and ask for a job interview
Call the hiring manager and ask for a job interview
Look for “Now Hiring” signs
Attend a job fair
Plan your letter with AIDA
Post it online
Ask friends to give it to their managers
Hand it out at job fairs
Give it to employment agencies
When a resume comes across an employer’s desk, they give it a quick, ten-second glance.
If it’s easy to read and pops with sizzle—they’ll read it
If it’s too long, too wordy, too cluttered, or has no sizzle—they will toss it.
**Sizzle—the sight, sound, and smell of a good steak cooking on the grill. It says, “grab a plate and take a seat”
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