Working Capital

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Building Your Career by: Putting Tools in Your Toolbox!!!
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Your job is to fill your toolbox with all of the necessary tools for you to achieve your career aspirations. This is the sole responsibility of you and only you can make it Building Your Career
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Building Your Career 1. High School Diploma 2. Undergraduate College Degree 3. Graduate Degree 4. ACTIVE involvement in school groups 5. Athletics (take a leadership role) 6. ACTIVE role in civic or religious organizations 7. Volunteer work in the community 8. Volunteer work for a business to gain understanding (even work for FREE) 9. Speaking engagements (practice makes perfect) 10.Hobbies 11.Network, network, network ools for Your Toolbox
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Building Your Career 1. Newspaper (classified ads) 2. Internet job sites 3. Company web sites for Career Opportunities 4. Search firms/employment agencies 5. Professional organizations 6. Cold solicitation of potential employers (walk-ins and cold calls) 7. Sending resumes to companies and wait for response 8. Help Wanted Signs 9. Job fairs 10.School recruiting 11.Internships ethods for Finding a Job
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Building Your Career Walk-Ins or Cold Solicitations Existing resumes on file Search firms and employment agencies Newspaper Ads Internet Web Sites References from: Friends of people they know People they know personally Current employees Applic a nts S ta rt  he re X X X S ho uld S tart he re
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Building Your Career What do you think of the following statement? “It is not what you know, but WHO you know that is important.”
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Building Your Career Why Networking Works The benefits to employers of hiring you through networking include: You come personally recommended by someone the employer knows and trusts The employer can see you quickly and without waiting for intermediaries to act The employer avoids the high costs of agency fees and advertising costs The employer saves time by not having to prepare and place advertisements For you as a job-seeker, the benefits of networking are: You get access to jobs that never get advertised The employer can interview you for the job 'ahead of the pack' You have a greater ability to shape the job offer
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This note was uploaded on 02/08/2011 for the course FINANCE 430 taught by Professor Richter during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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