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Tapping into the Hidden Job Market - Essential Online/Offline Networking Strategies

Posted By: Thomas Shaw, 3:05pm Thursday 21 May 2009    Print Article

Sending out numerous applications but never seem to get any responses? Still waiting for that perfect job opportunity, which never seems to be advertised? Limited job opportunities presenting themselves? Studies have shown that between 70% to 80% of job opportunities are never advertised - termed the 'hidden job market'.

Below is a live recording of today’s webinar with Keith Keller and Annemarie Cross on “Tapping into the Hidden Job Market - Essential Online/Offline Networking Strategies” You can register for other upcoming webinars here

This webinar teaches crucial offline and online networking strategies that MUST be part of your job search and career management plan to get you in front of key decision makers for those unadvertised job opportunities.

Download Webinar Recording 21st May 2009 - 75.59MB

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