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Changing or finding a job is hard however your approach to this situation will change your outcome FOREVER

If you “think” you’re out of a job you are wrong

You have a FULL TIME JOB now!

What is that?

Finding a NEW JOB

This is a window of OPPORTUNITY

This is a fight

And one that start’s inside.

THIS is not the end!

Far from it, this IS JUST THE BEGINNING!

So, what do you need to know?

Companies are ALWAYS hiring! 

I’ve been through 4/5 recessions in my 20 year recruitment career. I promise you those jobs ARE there.

So, what do you do?

Get creative!

Be original

Who are you? 

State how you add value with clear facts and figures, quickly. 

Why should you be employed? You’ve held down a job so know what your value “is”

Why are you different? There’s no one like you, with your experience, tell me!

How creative can you get to stand out?

Understand this is not a problem, this is an opportunity and one you’re going to grab, you’re going to thrive in adverse circumstances and break free from conformity

Treat yourself as a powerhouse and your own “business of one”

If you had a business and were reading 1,000s of CVs what would YOU want to see?

Concentrate on putting the BEST version of YOU out there

In a sea of chatter WHO are YOU and WHY are YOU different?

You see, you are not out of a job, YOU ARE not out of work.

Your job is to know YOUR VALUE

Your job is to BE YOU

Your job is to SHINE 

Your job is to THRIVE!

YOU ARE DEFINITELY NOT OUT OF WORK. YOUR JOB IS TO MAKE YOU SHINE!

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