The Career Transformation System

The Career Transformation System

WHERE TO LOOK FOR JOBS

  • Employer sites
  • Job sites
  • Recruiter sites
  • Public interest sites
  • Nonprofit websites
  • Newspaper sites
  • Government websites
  • State career delivery websites
  • College and university sites
  • Informal networks
  • (Jobs that do not even exist)
  • Association websites


This is a “foundational” training video that is meant to introduce to you and share the various job search methods open to you. This is an important video to watch in order to understand the various sources out there. Future modules of the course will go in more detail into the individual locations you can find jobs in.

Handout #1: Mod2-Final_JobSources.pdf

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Look at Your Job (or the Job You Are Seeking) from Your Employer’s Point of View

By on Apr 04,2017

Businesses who understand what their clients want, rather than what they presume their clients want, tend to perform much better than their competitors. You must view your service from your client’s point of view. In a job search you must view your potential employers as customer. You must find out what is important to your employer or interviewer, and you will stand out in your job search.

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