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Job searching is not easy. It is a time-consuming journey,
emotional, full of ups and downs.
But it is also part of our professional lives and at one point
or another, whether it’s a proactive or reactive job search,
you will find yourself in this crazy, super charged journey, called
So, how can you, prepare yourself for this and
- become intentional in your search
- minimize unsuitable interviews
- reduce the risk of accepting a job that you will leave within
- Make the most out of your new journey
This guide will focus on exactly these areas by sharing insights
and tips gathered over 12 years+ in headhunting and
We are not promising a fool proof method – it does not exist -
the risk of error will always be present, and every situation is
different, but we hope that you will find this useful in getting
you in the right mindset and reduce your frustration when job
The Jobseeker’s Guide will be split in the following
- Getting the basics right
In this part, we will share with you insights into understanding
your career motivations and value add to employers. This can serve
you as a base when selecting what jobs to apply for, so you become
intentional in your search and focus on jobs and companies that are
of value to you.
- D – Day : First Interview
In this part, we will share with you insights into how you can
uncover whether the job and the business aligns with the values
& aspirations you identified in Part 1.
- Negotiating an offer and parting ways with your current
In this part, we will share with you tips into negotiating your
offer and how to handle the resignation process.
- Probationary Period – how to make the most out of
In this part, we will share with you tips into how you can
navigate those first few months in a job, so you can adapt yourself
quicker, but also assess the level of suitability from your own
- Collaborating with others
In this part, we will share with you tips on how you can
collaborate with others, outside of your core area.
Part one will be released 1st week of October and
every 2 weeks thereafter.
The content of this article is intended to provide a general
guide to the subject matter. Specialist advice should be sought
about your specific circumstances.
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