How to Stand Out
In A Crowd of Job Seekers

Finding a job in any type of economy is not an easy task. Whenever there’s a shortage of jobs relevant to your skill set, in your residential area, in your state and in your country overall, looking for employment becomes a job within itself. So many factors are involved in the process that ends in success for some and failure for others. However, all applicants must find ways to stand out in the crowd of global competitors.

As a Job Seeker, you need to …
Grab and hold the attention of recruiters and hiring managers
Establish your unique qualities that set you apart from others
Build and brand your reputation as a prospective employee
Showcase your interpersonal skills to prospective employers
Be involved in community projects to gain additional skills
Sell your skills just as businesses sell products and services
Develop a professional online presence that speaks volumes

In short, employers simply want to know what’s in it for them to hire you over all the other candidates who will have similar education and work experiences. They need to know what kind of person they are considering hiring. Resumes and job applications cannot reveal such information. Those tools are designed specifically to be data-driven and mostly impersonal. That’s the reason Mears Management now provides a special section of this free online Bronzed Connections newsletter as an employment forum for job seekers who need an innovative public relations and marketing resource as an extra tool to add to their employment portfolios.

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Article Written and designed by Ollie K. Mears
Owner/Founder of Mears Management and Bronzed Connections
Published April 26, 2011
Last updated Monday, October 1, 2012

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