Sunday, October 4, 2015

Go-Go-Go for Goals in Your Job Search

By Susan Pines, Shy Job Seeker Blog

Setting goals is a useful task in life. I find that most of my accomplishments have come from setting goals, and of course, from following through. Setting goals is especially useful in the job search, because goals give you a path to pursue in a direction you choose. Without goals in your job hunt,
Go for Goals in Your Job Search [Shy Job Seeker Blog]
Want success sooner? Go ahead and set
 goals for your job search
you may
  • Find it hard to get started.
  • Find it difficult to keep going.
  • Take the wrong career direction.
  • Not take the right steps to get hired.
  • Take a long time to find work.
  • Lose job search motivation.
  • End up with a job you don’t want.

Job search goals help you focus on what you need to do to get the right job as quickly as possible. So I recommend you set goals for your job hunt. List what you want to achieve and how you will do it.

For more details on creating job search goals, see my Shy Job Seeker post on Introverts Excel at 10 Steps of Job Search Planning. The suggestions in that post will work for introverts, extroverts, and everyone in between.

Based on my experience, I believe the most important part of setting goals in the job search is getting started. The first two letters of the word goal are g-o, which of course spells go! 

So go and get started on your job hunt goals. It will put you one step closer to landing a job that’s right for you.

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