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World's Most Successful Job Placement Model
U.S. Department of Labor Statistics reports only twenty percent of job seekers ... who applied for jobs in the last year were invited to job interviews. That means, of the millions of job applicants who organized and managed their own job search, a whopping eighty percent failed. Those facts drive this article about why it’s important to keep your job search organized, and on track, using proven and verifiable methods.
Facts are … the most popular and successful job placement model around the world today is the one highlighted in this article – that is - the four step “performance based,” model.
The four primary job placement steps are as follows:
Career Assessment; Employer ID & Outreach; Job Interview; and Job Offer Follow up.
The four steps are based on actual job placement tasks, put in an order to generate the most direct route to a optimum job offer.
These four steps are little used outside recruitment based job search circles. Still, many job applicants assume they have a good understanding of these fundamental job search activities, because the subjects sound so familiar to our ears. For instance, consider these common job search topics:
What makes a good resume?
From whom do you collect job references?
How does one identify possible employers?
Do those topics sound somewhat familiar to you? Of course they do. Most employable adults, young to elderly, have heard about such job search related topics. And that’s where a fundamental misunderstanding finds life, in those assumptions. You see, the four job placement steps revealed in this report are simple, and powerful, but subtle as discipline, in their activation.
When job candidates insist their credentials be presented in a certain style or presentation format, or that certain resume entries or professional references remain - or be excluded – depending upon the whim of the applicant – instead of the hiring needs of the employer - that’s when applicants begin to change the hiring process. As reported above, Department of Labor Statistics report that such applicants eventually fall into the roughly 80% of job applicants who ARE NOT interviewed for jobs. Mostly, that 80% is made up of people who misapplied topics on resume and other hiring documents. In an executive search, or recruitment environment, the recruiter working with the job candidate would step in and clarify each step of the job placement process. Meaning to say – the recruiter would make certain that resumes address key employer workplace hiring needs, and cover topics that address workplace solutions that interest the employer.
By following the precepts of this report, you organize a customized job search plan that coordinates your job activities and documents to stay focused on your job search goals, and identify job title specific skills and background that the employer seeks
Try to dispel your current job search methodology and belief systems and replace those with proven, effective job placement tactics - tactics expressed through four primary job placement steps - Assessment – Outreach – Job Interview – and Follow Through.
GOOD LUCK IN YOUR JOB SEARCH - Staffers