Do you really want someone else deciding who you are, what your skills are, and what your skills are not, so that it results in not getting the job you want?
Or would you rather control your own personal brand and decide who you are and what you're good at, and communicate that personal brand clearly to other people so that you
How you come across to hiring managers will determine if you get a job offer. College students have a lot to consider before they create a resume and head out for interviews. Besides all of the factors that go into your appearance, you need to figure out what the hiring managers in your field really want in a new employee (and then make a plan to deliver it).
You do that by creating a brand
Some employers are tired of working with people in their 20s who don't know how to act in the workplace. Rather than take a chance on another younger employee, many managers are hiring people in their 30s instead of someone in their 20s because they don t want to deal with the possibility of another 20-something making unwise workplace choices. Therefore, your competition for the job is no longer just your peers. Now you're competing for jobs with people who are older than you are.
Read this book to learn how to
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About the Author
Glory's next book will be about the subtle forms of workplace bullying. In this book you will learn how to take action to stop the bullying you experience at work.
Glory works with entrepreneurs and executives by phone and speaks to their groups, and she speaks on college campuses to students who want to know what they can do to score a job in their career field.
Check out her website at GloryBorgeson.com