Seminar Overview

Are you looking for a new job with little to no success? Are you wondering why HR isn’t responding to your applications?

Based on years of research working with some of the best candidates in town (from executives to former Seahawks players, military officers to scientists, and everyone in between), we have created a brand new seminar called Career Search Excellence. In this 1.5 hour presentation, Paul Anderson – nationally recognized expert on career transitions – will give you some of the best strategies you can use to switch companies, switch industries, or find employment in a very short time.

Paul will show you how your resume is scored in the employer’s Applicant Tracking System (ATS), why you can’t trust the job descriptions, how to differentiate yourself – from others – with a value proposition, and so much more.

Additionally, you’ll get a Google job search script to find jobs you didn’t even know existed.

If you’re ready to boost your career in 2015, and find a job or company you truly deserve, you’ll want to attend this event.


Audience

Typical attendees are mid-career professionals or executives considering a transition and attracted to cutting edge job search strategies that actually produce results. Professions are in a wide range such as law and accounting, finance, science, health care, information technology, software engineering, manufacturing, sales and marketing, technical writing, operations, and project management.


Meet Paul Anderson

Paul Anderson is a nationally recognized speaker on career transformation and also the TV Co-Host of the weekly show “How to Get a Job in Seattle,” aired on Comcast. Paul has formally written career columns for The Seattle Times’ NWjobs, ABC’s KOMO 4 News, and CW’s The Daily Buzz. Anderson has been featured by The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Business Week, USA Today, The Seattle Times, and seen on the ABC, FOX, and NBC networks.


Upcoming Dates & Locations

Price: FREE (100% Sponsored)
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