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Proactive Job Search: How a Sales Funnel Approach Simplifies the Work

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If you are in a job search, you probably feel overwhelmed. But do you ever wonder what you should do more of? There is such a thing as “burn out” in a job search?  Just as you overworked yourself in your job, so can you over-work yourself in a job search. So I’m not suggesting you work harder. I’m proposing a solution to help you work smarter. You want to run a proactive job search. And you also want to apply your time and energy appropriately and focus on the activities with a higher rate of return. What does this mean you should do more of?   

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Proactive Versus Reactive: The Difference Between Hired and Not

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Among the key differences between job seekers who get interviewed and hired, and those who don’t is whether they’re proactive or reactive.

A proactive job search puts the job seeker in charge, is much less passive, less discouraging, and, even, less competitive – often MUCH less competitive. A reactive strategy puts job seekers at the mercy of whatever is posted and available where they are looking.

Clearly you want to be proactive. So, how does a proactive job search work?   

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