Stop Looking for Executive Jobs on Online Job Boards | The Job Search Podcast

Episode 34 July 09, 2018 00:06:22
Stop Looking for Executive Jobs on Online Job Boards | The Job Search Podcast
The Job Search Podcast, with Amy L. Adler
Stop Looking for Executive Jobs on Online Job Boards | The Job Search Podcast
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Show Notes

If you’re looking for your next executive job on online job boards such as Monster and Indeed, you’ve got a lot of searching, reading, filtering, and applying to do. Every day, you have to log in, search, read, filter, and apply … and then do it all again the next day. Have you done this? Have you felt the frustration that comes with doing all of this for perhaps hours per day with few positive results? Listen to this episode to find out why job boards are not particularly effective for executives.

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