Both Hannah and I agree today’s job search is more than obsessively tweaking your resume. The new job search is about disruption and agility. I have had Hannah Morgan on the show twice, but we talk periodically via email. She was my guest on episode 23 and episode 57.
During a recent email conversation she asked me to be on her Blab show. I gladly accepted her invite to talk about what’s new in job search.
Let me know if you are using some of the new platforms such as Blab, Periscope, or Snapchat. You can let me know in one of three ways:
- Call and leave a voicemail at 708-365-9822, or text your thoughts to the same number
- Go to TheVoiceofJobSeekers.com, press the “Send Voicemail” button on the right side of your screen and leave a message
- Send email feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hannah Morgan is the Career Sherpa, a weekly contributor to U.S. News and World Report, and author of two books. Her very popular blog is mentioned among every top career site list, not to mention one of my favorite career blogs. To me, she is the voice of reason and balance when it comes to sage and useful strategies for those following her advice. I was quite honored to be asked to be on her show, and quite honestly, one of my career highlights since I started in 2008.
- Here is some of what Hannah and I discussed:
- Resumes are not everything, in fact, they’re more the rudder of a boat or ship
- Skills gap needs to be closed by more conversations and networking
- Mobile recruitment and being found through mobile platforms will differentiate you
- Social networking is more than just updates—websites, LinkedIn blogging
- Being disruptive and not just using traditional methods
- Relying on job boards, and even email resumes are noisy and expected
- Blab, Periscope, and Snapchat are where people’s personalities are, recruiters are looking
- Interact with employers and recruiters. Create a show on new platforms and interview them about what they want
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