Job Search Time Management – page 3

May 20 2007 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

Sure it’s obvious to decrease low gain activities, and increase high return opportunities. But what are they?

Low Gain Activities:

Concentrating your job search on high return activities gives you the biggest bang for your buck and makes your job search go faster. These activities have the highest odds of leading you to an interview, and making the best initial impression to make you a high ranking candidate.

High Return Job Search Activities:

Think about your own job search. How much time do you spend at low gain activities? How much time could you reinvest into high gain activities?

Readers and recruiters – Did I leave anything out? Do you have suggestions of high or low return activities that you can add?


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