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If I fall into the trap of feeling sorry for myself, I place my emphasis on gratitude instead of frustration and disappointment, and it doesn’t take long to snap out of it. In job hunting it’s easy to fall into a trap of doom and gloom. After all, there are many others who are more than happy to join you in that trap. Instead, focus on all of the good things in your life. Rather than focusing on your lack of a job, or a rejection you just encountered, think about positives such as having a family and good friends, having your health, having love in your life, or having experienced wonderful things.
If you want to go into marketing, do you want to work for an agency or a manufacturer? Do you want to focus on consumer goods or industrial? There are typically scores of industries you can choose from in almost any occupation. PMD 55 2/11/2004, 3:45 PM 56 10 Insider Secrets to a Winning Job Search 3. Company Next, ask yourself what type of company you want to join. Do you seek a company that promotes from within or one that hires from the outside? What kind of management philosophies do you value?
PMD 34 2/11/2004, 3:45 PM Secret #2: Indentify Your Core Strengths and Competencies 35 expenses, implementing computer rollouts, developing budgets, quality control, report generation, large account sales, graphic design, and customer service. Those of you who don’t have work experience should focus more on your cognitive skills than functional. If you have experience, then employers will most likely focus more heavily on your functional abilities. Regardless of what position you will interview for, interviewers will expect to see some sort of evidence that you have the skills and aptitude necessary to perform effectively on the job.