How NOT to Get a New Job

Here at exaqueo, we take on a few career coaching clients each month. And inevitably, some cringe when they realize how much hard work is required for a successful job search.  Every once in a while we have to really be clear—and sarcasm does the trick.  Check out my latest post on Forbes: How Not to Get a New Job in 2013. If this doesn’t make an impression on your favorite lazy job-seeker, nothing will!

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2 Responses to “How NOT to Get a New Job”

  1. Jeff Polaski says:

    At age 66, I am definitely not retiring. I am reinventing myself for the third or fourth time. It’s not that a job hunt is one of the toughest jobs you’ll ever have. It’s about moving on in your life and either finding or creating work that will fit into your new skin.
    If you’re not going to be intense about this, either retire or hope that an old school job will fall your way.

    • Jeff–you’re so right. We all have to be flexible and be able to adapt! Careers are almost never a perfect linear progression and when change happens, it’s the flexibility that really helps us learn. Good luck with your next reninvention!

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