Career Development: Land It, Advanced Job Searching Techniques

Land It, Advanced Job Searching Techniques

Learn job searching techniques beyond the basics so you can land that new job. Industry-specific job searching sites will be reviewed, how to network more effectively, how to ace those difficult "tell me about a time when..." interview questions and more. Gain additional knowledge, skills and experience that puts you ahead of your competition.

Note: Tuition and fees for HRD classes may be waived for individuals who meet specific criteria. For questions related to the fee waiver form, please contact Maegan Williams, Records & Registration Specialist, at mjwilliams2@johnstoncc.edu or (919) 209-2522.

Audience

For those unemployed or underemployed or would like to learn more to enhance their career development skills.

Topics Include

  • Search Online Hiring Sites
  • Improve Search Techniques for Industry Specific Jobs

Learning Objectives

  • Learn job searching techniques beyond the basics
  • Review industry-specific job searching sites
  • Obtain effective networking methods
  • Acquire skills to answer difficult interview questions
Land It, Advanced Job Searching Techniques

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Level: Beginner

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Delivered online with a Live Instructor teaching the course at a scheduled date and time.
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