A Simple Research Plan for Executive Job Search Success, Part 3 | The Job Search Podcast

Episode 21 January 07, 2019 00:06:43
A Simple Research Plan for Executive Job Search Success, Part 3  | The Job Search Podcast
The Job Search Podcast, with Amy L. Adler
A Simple Research Plan for Executive Job Search Success, Part 3 | The Job Search Podcast
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Show Notes

Now that you have a good sense of the industry landscape, it is time to narrow down your list of company targets. Start to make a list of the companies on which you want to focus. These companies should hire for the type of work you want to do, in the industry in which you want to do it. Topics covered in the series, "A Simple Research Plan for Executive Job Search Success": - Executive job search - Job search - Career change - Resume

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