100 Conversations for Career Success
What can you say to attain job search success?

Charles Purdy, Senior editor for Monster.com, recently asked us a series of questions about job search networking:

Is there really a formula for saying the right thing in a job hunt? How much should people plan to customize or speak “off the cuff”?

How are people networking incorrectly — why do they need scripts to help them (what are they saying wrong)?

Is it ever a good idea to cold-call a company for job? What’s are a couple of tips for doing so?

When you’re using something like Twitter or another social platform, how does the medium shape the message?

How have the rules about “the right thing to say” in a job hunt changed in the past 20 years?

Find out what we said on the Monster blog!

Posted on October 9, 2012 by Miriam Salpeter | Comment on this post
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