You Get What You Give When It Comes To Your Job Search

January 4, 2012 in Career and Job Search Tips



Like most things in life, you’ll get out of your job search what you put into it.  Those who work harder, have a positive attitude, persevere and go the extra mile are more likely to get what they want – period.

Commit at least 35-40 hours a week to your job search if you are not employed. Your job search is your full-time job.  If you are working, dedicate at least 10 hours each week to your job search.  Your time commitment is essential to your success.

If you have not completed the 16 Step Process or Finding a Job that is outlined on Kinsa CareerEdge, make that resolution today.  The process shared is filled with techniques used by professional recruiters and will escalate your results.

Be sure to watch your “in-box” next week for the Kinsa Group monthly e-newsletter. In this issue, we’ll share seven tried and true tips to help you even more with your job search.

Follow this advice and January could become the month that you accept a new job offer!