How to Win the Job (or the Office of the President)

0
Posted October 22, 2012 by Guest Writer in Career Moves
Ever feel like your job hunt has become a long campaign? Just imagine how the presidential hopefuls feel! Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are vying for the most important job in the United States. With the market more competitive than ever, maybe you should stop searching and start campaigning for the job.

Both presidential candidates and job candidates have to worry about many of the same things. Just like the presidential candidates, what you say, how you appear on film and in person, and your online presence will all be judged before you’re elected to your dream job. Whether this dream job takes you to a cubicle, the corner office, or all the way to the White House, it’s important to treat your job hunt like a well-run campaign.

The infographic below, compiled by Spark Hire, an online video resume and interviewing platform, looks at how job seekers can take a page out of the presidential playbook.

From social media to networking, the presidential candidates know a thing or two about stumping for the job. So why not take some lessons from the best?


About the Author

Guest Writer

Career Girl Network is proud to work with phenomenal guest writers from time to time, bringing you the best information, resources, and ideas from women who are at the top of their game, the head of their class, and well respected in their field. If you are interested in becoming a guest writer or regular contributor to Career Girl Network, use the "Contact Us" link at the top of this page.

0 Comments



Be the first to comment!


Leave a Response