Stop Writing Your Executive Resume Right Now Create Your Strategic Career Plan First | The Job Search Podcast

Episode 31 June 28, 2018 00:06:18
Stop Writing Your Executive Resume Right Now Create Your Strategic Career Plan First | The Job Search Podcast
The Job Search Podcast, with Amy L. Adler
Stop Writing Your Executive Resume Right Now Create Your Strategic Career Plan First | The Job Search Podcast
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Show Notes

If you want to shorten your job search, do not start with your executive resume. You will save time in the long run by being strategic early on. In fact, if you do not follow this advice, you are likely to stretch your job search from a few months to years. Avoid falling prey to the most unfortunate myth about your executive job search with this one strategic tip.

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