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Finding a Job In Indianapolis Requires Self-Marketing


Robby

Indianapolis jobs are not easy to find. But here’s one element of the job search process that jobseekers seem to forget.

Everyone should know you’re looking for a job.

That means that within 90 seconds of running into someone you know, they should know you are looking for a job.

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That means every person you talk to regularly, from your friends to your church group to your poker buddies should know you are looking for a job.

That means you should be sending out regular emails to your entire personal address book updating people on your job search.

If you’re trying to keep your job search secret, you’re never going to get the best job available. After all, every person who doesn’t know about your career plans has access to a network of people that you are shutting out.

So don’t keep the job search a secret. Tell everyone you know, repeatedly, that you are looking for work.

And then: start meeting new people.

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About the Blogger: Robby Slaughter is a productivity speaker and expert. He is a principal with a AccelaWork, an Indianapolis consulting firm.

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