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POSITIVE JOB MARKET NUMBERS MAY CREATE MORE TROUBLE FOR JOBSEEKERS IN Q4

Expert Warns of Job Market Flooding, Increased Competition

STERLING HEIGHTS, MI - (Send2Press Newswire) - Oct. 9, 2003 -- Increased job market optimism, fueled by recent positive labor statistics, may lead to "Job Market Flooding" and could create a tougher job market for those seeking employment in the fourth quarter of the year. That's according to Will Dylan, former recruitment industry manager and author of a new audio seminar on beating the slow job market in 2003 entitled "The Secrets of Job Hunting" available in CD format online at www.jobhuntingusa.com

Dylan explains the concept of Job Market Flooding by pointing to two recent surveys conducted by major employment organizations. A survey of currently employed workers conducted by recognized staffing company Spherion indicated that 50% of survey respondents were looking to change jobs in the next 12 months. Manpower's quarterly Employment Outlook Survey revealed that 22% of companies surveyed intended to increase hiring activity in the October to December period this year.

"These numbers combine for a 'perfect storm' effect on the job market," says Dylan. "You have a high percentage of employees indicating a desire to look elsewhere for work. Many of them have been sitting idle, collecting their paycheck and waiting for things to pick up. As some positive news starts to roll in about hiring prospects for Q4, these people flood into the market in search of a better job opportunity. The result is a hyper-competitive job market that may put some jobseekers in a tougher spot then they were in a few months ago." Dylan's CD is an 80-minute audio seminar designed to help jobseekers take their job search to the next level and combat the high competition found in today's job market. "The key to a successful job search is beating your competition, whether the market is good, or highly competitive as it is likely to be in Q4."

The following tips are just a few of the many tactics that can put a jobseeker ahead of their competition:

  • Use the power of the human voice when prospecting -- In an age of computer IVR's and e-commerce, good old telemarketing is still around. That's because the human voice is one powerful sales tool that jobseekers don t use often enough. When leaving messages for recruiters, have a 20 second elevator speech ready that gives your name, the time you submitted your resume, and your key areas of skill.
  • Build a Power Profile -- The most wasted space on resumes today is the first 5 lines. Hit them early with the most important points about your work history and successes. Avoid fluffy statements about your career objective and who you are as a person.
  • Bring stories to the interview -- Today's interviews rely on behavioral based interview questions, which essentially ask the jobseeker to tell stories about their past work experience. They re looking for you to relate your previous experiences in such a way that you demonstrate how your past experience ties in with exactly what they are seeking for the available position.

About Will Dylan - Will Dylan is the author and voice of The Secrets of Job Hunting, an 80-minute audio CD on how to beat the job market in 2003 by outcompeting other candidates for available jobs. Will has been featured as an employment expert in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.


Organization Website: www.jobhuntingusa.com
Source of News: JobHuntingUSA (Will Dylan)

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