How to Get Hired for Any Job

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How to Get Hired for Any Job
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3.78 GB
Total length :
4h 6m


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How to Get Hired for Any Job

What you’ll learn

How to search for a job
How to build a resume
How to write a cover letter
How to apply for a job
How to practice for a job interview
What to do at a job interview
How to enter or re-enter the workforce

How to Get Hired for Any Job


No prior experience needed, Just willingness to learn.


Are you overwhelmed by searching and applying for a job? Intimidated by the interview process? Is this the first time you’re applying for a job, or has it been 20 years since you’ve been in the workforce? Our Udemy course, “How to Get Hired for Any Job,” may be perfect for you. In this course, you learn about job searching, resume building, cover letters, the application process, how to practice for an interview, the job interview process, and how to enter and reenter the workforce. Throughout this course, you will receive clear step-by-step instructions, access templates for the job application process, master skills needed for job searching, master knowledge of yourself, and feel more comfortable going through the job application and interview processes.This course is perfect for anyone looking to improve their job search, application, and interview skills. Whether you’re a student entering the workforce for the first time, or a stay-at-home parent looking to reenter the workforce, take this course to learn more about the job market. We will review many practical skills you can use to improve your career prospects.“Job Searching” answers questions such as: What are some tools to prepare before job searching? How do you establish a job search routine? How do you organize your job search? Where can you go to search for a job?“Resume Building and Cover Letters” address the components and format of resumes and cover letters and how to make yourself stand out.“The Application Process” looks at important things to consider when filling out an application, handling rejection, and reapplying for jobs.“ Interview Practice” answers questions such as: Why is it important to practice for an interview? What are some interview practice strategies? How do you create practice goals? What are some good interview questions to practice answering?“The Job Interview” addresses what you should wear, research, bring, and do to be successful at your job interview.Finally, “Entering/Reentering the Workforce” looks at entering the workforce for high school and college students and reentering the workforce for stay-at-home parents, former prisoners, veterans, and disabled persons.


Lecture 0 Introduction

Lecture 0 Purpose

Section 1: Job Searching

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Job Search Tools

Lecture 3 Job Search Routine

Lecture 4 Job Search Goals

Lecture 5 Cleaning Your Online Presence

Lecture 6 Creating Your Online Profile

Lecture 7 Online Profile Dos and Don’ts

Lecture 8 Creating an Email Template

Lecture 9 Job Search Organization

Lecture 10 Meeting Job Qualifications

Lecture 11 Finding the Right Job

Lecture 12 Where to Look for a Job

Lecture 13 Appropriate Communication

Lecture 14 Navigating Recommendations

Lecture 15 Red Flags

Section 2: Resume Building

Lecture 16 Introduction

Lecture 17 Resume Components

Lecture 18 Resume Formats

Lecture 19 Small Experiences

Lecture 20 Lots of Experience

Lecture 21 Negative Experiences

Lecture 22 Building Bridges

Lecture 23 Obscure Talents

Lecture 24 Additional Sections

Lecture 25 Customization

Lecture 26 Standing Out

Lecture 27 Recruiter Tips

Lecture 28 Common Mistakes

Lecture 29 Resume Templates

Section 3: Cover Letters

Lecture 30 Introduction

Lecture 31 Cover Letter Importance

Lecture 32 Cover Letter Components

Lecture 33 Cover Letter Writing

Lecture 34 Template Giveaways

Lecture 0 Recruiter Tips

Lecture 35 Common Mistakes

Section 4: Application Process

Lecture 0 Introduction

Lecture 36 Application Components

Lecture 0 Things to Remember

Lecture 0 Employer Expectations

Lecture 0 Following Up

Lecture 0 Handling Rejection

Lecture 0 Reapplying

Lecture 0 Red Flags

Lecture 0 Common Mistakes

Section 5: Job Interview Practice

Lecture 0 Introduction

Lecture 0 Practice Importance

Lecture 0 Practice Strategies

Lecture 37 Practice Goals

Lecture 0 Interview Questions

Lecture 0 Things to Remember

Lecture 0 Common Mistakes

Section 6: The Job Interview

Lecture 0 Introduction

Lecture 38 What to Wear

Lecture 39 Researching

Lecture 40 What to Bring

Lecture 41 Zoom Interviews

Lecture 0 Greeting

Lecture 0 Steady Conversation

Lecture 0 Standing Out

Lecture 0 Etiquette

Lecture 0 Understanding Who You Are

Lecture 0 Stress and Anxiety

Lecture 0 Confidence

Lecture 0 Self-Advocacy

Lecture 0 Negative Experiences

Lecture 42 Questions to Ask

Lecture 0 Elevator Pitch Importance

Lecture 0 Elevator Pitch Creation

Lecture 43 Common Mistakes

Lecture 0 Introduction

Lecture 0 Entering

Lecture 0 High School Students

Lecture 0 High School Experience

Lecture 0 Re-Entering

Lecture 0 Introduction

Lecture 0 Laws and Support Systems

Lecture 0 What do you need to work?

Lecture 0 Common Misconceptions

Lecture 0 Interview Ettiquate

Lecture 0 Advocate for Yourself

Lecture 0 Final Thoughts

Lecture 0 Conclusion

Lecture 0 Thank You For Watching!

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Course Information:

Udemy | English | 4h 6m | 3.78 GB
Created by: Nonviolence International New York

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