5 Job-Search Mistakes You Must Stop! [EPISODE 29] #Podcast

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On today’s episode of the podcast, I would be sharing on a very interesting topic. I would be discussing – 5 Job-Search Mistakes You Must Stop!

A statement of fact is that the principles that govern the job search process are universal in nature; they don’t change from place to place, irrespective of economic peculiarity or political irregularity; though they are often modified, the general principles remain intact.

From my point of view as a Talent Acquisition Specialist, any job seeker that has a mind to win in the talent war must take his/her job search seriously because job searching is a job in itself!

You need to GET OUT OF THE BOX of thinking that you can do ANY JOB. No YOU CANNOT! Click To Tweet

On this episode, you would discover:

  • That many job seekers miss out on the job opportunities that show up as they are making many job search mistakes.
  • The 5 Wrong Job Search Mistakes you must stop making as a job seeker.
  • How you can correct the job search mistakes as a job seeker and thereby make yourself more employable to an employer.

STOP Submitting the SAME CV for all job openings you apply to. PLEASE STOP IT! Click To Tweet

Go ahead to download and listen to the podcast right away 🙂

I want to believe that today’s episode of the podcast has been beneficial to you. If so, drop a comment below, so I know it has helped you. If you have further career related questions to ask me or you require career coaching, feel free to drop such as well. 

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Segun Akiode

Segun Akiode is a Chemical Engineer turned Strategic HR Professional. He is the Author of the fastest selling book "Corporate Misfit: Immutable Career Lessons for Fresh Graduates".

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