May 18, 2021

How To Attack Your Job Search Like A Salesperson

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One of the biggest challenges in a job search is not knowing what opportunities are even available. Most people default to checking out the job boards. The problem with this strategy is two-fold: every job you see could have hundreds of other great applicants, and some of the best companies never even post their jobs! We advise people to create a list of companies they want to target (Target Company List).

In this webinar, Hirewell Lead Recruiters Don Effler and Ryan Brown discuss why it’s important to attack your job search like a salesperson, what a target company list is, why you should create one, how to get started, and what to do with it once it’s created.

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