Effective Job Search Strategies (Registration Closed)
Emerging growth sectors such as financial services, professional services, and information & communications (MOM’s 2017 job data) present new job opportunities for PMETs. New technology such as the recently launched Google Job Hunting service, integrated into its Search Engine (job listings pulled from more than 1,500 sites including MyCareersFuture.sg, FastJobs, JobsCentral, LinkedIn, Monster, Payscale and Randstad) continues to disrupt the traditional and conventional job search channels.
How do job seekers navigate through the maze of possibilities in job search? What strategies are appropriate and can reduce potential mismatches? This workshop presents understanding of the new norms, discusses ideas and strategies, and suggests useful ways of using digital channel to enhance your job search.
In this one-day workshop, participants will learn to:
• Understand job market information, job requirements and skills gaps
• Access various search channels with new methods and tools beyond the conventional job search such as digital channels and social media
• Discover more about yourself and understand your expectations
• Explore alternative methods such as referral and networking
• Get hands-on practice on building online presence such as LinkedIn profile
• Get tips on how to stand out from the crowd and show credibility
Who Should Attend
This workshop empowers Singaporeans, including Professionals, Managers, Executives and Technicians (PMETs), in job transition and the unemployed, the back-to-work as well as those at risk.
Please click here to register your interest for the workshop.
**This is a Pre-Registered workshop. Strictly no-walk in is allowed**
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- This event is open to Singaporeans only.
- Please dress professionally for the workshop/seminar.
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