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The Career Planning Process
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Planning your career may sound like a high school prep course, but we should always be planning the next step in our career process. Being prepared before the lay off comes is one great way to handle job loss, but few people take the time and energy it takes to get everything in place. Ilostmyjob.com can help guide you through your career planning and get you back on track to a sustainable, livable wage job that continues to reward you with money, job satisfaction, and purpose in your career goals.

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1 The Four Steps of Exploring Your Career Options
2 Do You Know How To Get a Recruiters Attention?
3 Top 10 Questions NOT to Ask Yourself in a Job Search
4 Job Hunting In An Economic Downturn
5 The 7 Core Hiring Skills Job Seekers Must Master
6 Creating a Job Search Strategy that Works
7 Seven Factors of Career Success
8 4 Ways to Make Personal Branding in Your Resume More Personal
9 Single Most Important Career Question to Ask Yourself
10 How do you get Hired? First, Don’t Lose!
11 Is Hiring Really a 'Game'? Yes, it is!
12 Is Your On-line Reputation Hurting You?
13 Job Talk America
14 Create Your Own Job as a Freelancer or Consultant
15 Job Searching: Sometimes You Just Need to Regroup
16 Great resources for job seekers!
17 Vault - Career Intelligence
18 Green Career Central
19 Much Better Jobs
20 Things You Can Do Now to Help Yourself Grow in Your Career
 
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