This is a podcast for well-informed job hunters and career enthusiasts. Hi, my name is Renata Bernarde. in 2018, I left my job to help others get their careers on track. My love for coaching started at a very young age. Over time, I realized that many professionals don’t know how recruitment & selection works, which negatively impacts their career progression. Today I host The Job Hunting Podcast, a 5-star rated show listened to in over 50 countries. I also coach the Job Hunting Made Simple program, teaching professionals the steps and framework to make career advancement simpler and less stressful. I live in Melbourne, drink too much coffee, and some say I can talk underwater :). Please subscribe, leave me a rating, write a review, and let the people you care about know this podcast exists! You can also learn more about me and my coaching services on www.renatabernarde.com. Do you want me to be a guest on your podcast? Speak at your event? Coach you? Reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let’s make it happen!
Monday Jan 16, 2023
Monday Jan 16, 2023
Monday Jan 16, 2023
Finding a new job can be a daunting task, but by following these tips, you'll be well on your way to landing your next job this year. So, if you are job hunting and finding a bump in the road at every turn, listen to this episode of The Job Hunting Podcast, where I answer seven of the most common questions I get as a career coach. By addressing each question, I created a list of 7 bite-sized tips you can adopt in your job search to help you succeed in finding a great new job.
Here are seven tips to help you land your next job:
- There is no need to reveal your dissatisfaction with your current job during the job interview. (05:18)
- Working with recruiters means you must be patient and self-manage your need for feedback. (15:41)
- Keep track of your job application conversion ratio at each stage of the recruitment process and analyze it to identify areas for improvement. (26:40)
- When networking and interviewing online, your background is part of the first impression. (37:37)
- Research and adhere to applicant tracking system (ATS) compliance rules for better chances of getting through the first stages of the application process. (43:43)
- Having good references is essential. Make sure you have a few people who are willing to speak positively about your work. (47:08)
- You don't need to job hunt alone. There are better ways to achieve your goals. (53:27)
Please listen to this episode to better understand each of the tips I have highlighted above. You can search them using the timestamps if you're interested in one of them in particular.
I firmly believe that with some preparation and persistence, you'll find the right opportunity. Job hunting doesn't have to be complicated or stressful if you have a great roadmap to follow. Keep listening to The Job Hunting Podcast for more advice!
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About your host:
Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job-hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress.
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Host: Renata Bernarde
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Music: Scott Holmes
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