The Easiest and Fastest Way to Find Your Next Job
How you can get instant access to the resources, training and skills you need to find your next job in 30 days - even in highly competitive times when it seems like no one is hiring.
“You don’t need me or anyone else to tell you that being made redundant is an awful experience. Even in a great economy, the news can have a devastating effect on your life. So to be told you’re being made redundant during the current situation, with the threat of a recession looming, it may feel like there’s no solution to turn things around.”
I’d love to tell you that, if you’ve received the news that you’re being made redundant, that it’s all going to be fine. Nothing would make me happier.
But here are the facts:
I’ve run a recruitment company for over 10 years, and this is only the 2nd time I’ve seen a job market like this one.
Redundancies are at an all time high, and even big companies are putting holds on hiring, or have had to let people go.
Hertz, the 102-year-old car rental company announced bankruptcy in May, leaving over 16,000 people suddenly jobless.
I don’t say any of this to make you feel worse, but instead to recognise the reality of this situation and, hopefully, offer some value in the way of guidance and insights from the industry.
One in three UK firms 'expect to make redundancies'
One in three UK employers expect to make staff redundant between July and September, a survey suggests.
BBC News- August 2020
Companies are still hiring
While job losses are happening on a national scale, we’ve witnessed a 40% increase in hiring in the past 2 months in a number of industries.
The job candidate market is hyper-competitive
I’m sure this one will come as no surprise to you. With furloughing and job losses sweeping the country, more individuals are out of work and, as a result, the competition for roles has gone through the roof.
Here are 2 important observations I can share that will impact you right now:
The good news? We’ve created something that can help you find your next job.
You see, when most people approach their job search, they think it’s a case of polishing their CV and then applying for as many jobs as possible to increase their chances of getting interviews and, subsequently, a role.
In different circumstances, that might be enough. But if you want to succeed in your job hunt and replace your income right now, you need to take a different approach.
That means instead of searching for jobs, you need to create a situation where employers and recruiters are actively approaching YOU, inviting you to interview for roles.
Introducing the myjobs.coach online platform…
Remember, the jobs you find advertised on the big websites only reflect a portion of the roles actually being hired for. The only way to get access to the full spectrum of potential roles is to tick the right boxes and put yourself in front of the right people. Through the myjobs.coach platform, we can help you to do that.
Through our specialist training, you’ll discover:
- Crafting the perfect CV - including a breakdown of the key terms and details hiring managers are actually looking for when looking at applicants.
- What to say to get invited for more interviews, and how to outperform other applicants in your interview - even if you’re not naturally confident.
- How to deal with recruiters and find the right one to work for you and find you the best roles that fit your experience and career goals.
- How to access the ‘secret’ job market - the roles that never make it to the big job sites.
What you'll learn
A look at some of the training you’ll unlock when you register for the myjobs.coach training platform.
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