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EPISODE 38: How to Transition Careers Even During A Rough Economy

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There are people applying for jobs you want and they far less qualified than you! 

Be delulu! Apply to the job! 

There are far less competent men asking for the raise.

Be delulu, ask for more! 

No one thought going to the moon was a sane idea until it happened.

This time next will look so different, you have to show up, take action and claim it as your
But you also need the data to back it up!

And if you need help with that part, comment “VIP” and I’ll send you the sign up info on your DMs this waitlist is pumped up and you don’t want to miss out for what’s coming in the 2024!!! 

#careeradvice #jobsearching

There are people applying for jobs you want and they far less qualified than you!

Be delulu! Apply to the job!

There are far less competent men asking for the raise.

Be delulu, ask for more!

No one thought going to the moon was a sane idea until it happened.

This time next will look so different, you have to show up, take action and claim it as your
But you also need the data to back it up!

And if you need help with that part, comment “VIP” and I’ll send you the sign up info on your DMs this waitlist is pumped up and you don’t want to miss out for what’s coming in the 2024!!!

#careeradvice #jobsearching
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@careersinreview comment “VIP” and you’ll be added to the waiting list for the salary negotiation and script guide that I’m releasing in January. 

“Thank you so much for for the offer. I’m excited about this role, the team and the company. The base salary is lower than expected/originally discussed, and based on the years of experience I bring on [specify on area tie it to the role skills] I’d like to reanchor the conversation that I’m looking for a number closer to XYZ, I’m very interested in the role and would like to know how we can work together to get us closer to this number.” 

The best way to have leverage during these conversations is to have other options lined up. 

Practice before you have this conversation. 

Consider other compensation aside the base salary. 

Salary conversations are one of my favorite topics. Drop your questions below 👇🏼 

#salarynegotiation #salary #careeradvice

@careersinreview comment “VIP” and you’ll be added to the waiting list for the salary negotiation and script guide that I’m releasing in January.

“Thank you so much for for the offer. I’m excited about this role, the team and the company. The base salary is lower than expected/originally discussed, and based on the years of experience I bring on [specify on area tie it to the role skills] I’d like to reanchor the conversation that I’m looking for a number closer to XYZ, I’m very interested in the role and would like to know how we can work together to get us closer to this number.”

The best way to have leverage during these conversations is to have other options lined up.

Practice before you have this conversation.

Consider other compensation aside the base salary.

Salary conversations are one of my favorite topics. Drop your questions below 👇🏼

#salarynegotiation #salary #careeradvice
...

@careersinreview Comment “VIP” to be added to the waitlist for the resources I’ll be launching in early 2024 all FREE.99 that will help you with of this. 

Also what am I typing 🤣 

#careers #careertips #careerhelp #careeradvice #careerdevelopment #jobsearching #jobsearching

@careersinreview Comment “VIP” to be added to the waitlist for the resources I’ll be launching in early 2024 all FREE.99 that will help you with of this.

Also what am I typing 🤣

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@careersinreview I know your probably defeated 😔 but don’t take your foot off the gas. 

You got this! And if you need help with your search I’m here for you. 

Leave your burning question below and I’ll answer them at the end of the day. 

What are you the most excited for the holidays? ☺️

#careers #jobsearchtips

@careersinreview I know your probably defeated 😔 but don’t take your foot off the gas.

You got this! And if you need help with your search I’m here for you.

Leave your burning question below and I’ll answer them at the end of the day.

What are you the most excited for the holidays? ☺️

#careers #jobsearchtips
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@careersinreview the secret to negotiation when it comes to your salary…

Is, there is no secret.

Those “comments” truly don’t matter. 

Could they hurt you a bit if you’re in a conversation with a really experienced recruiter? Maybe.

Sometimes good recruiters (the truly good ones) only want to know the number that will make you happy.

But the tricky part is hard for you as the job seeker to know who are the good ones. 

So I get it, let’s prepare you for the scenario where you’d get someone who might want to get you for cheaper 😣

Yes, you shouldn’t volunteer how much you currently make. 

So here is how you can safely navigate this:

🔥give a range, a big one, and take advantage of total compensation talk. 

✨it’s not all about base salary, so when you give a number and if it feels too big for you be sure to mention at the end “total compensation”

👏🏻salary negotiations are very personal because it’s going depend on how much reliable information you have and how much leverage you actually have at the time of negotiation. 

So although it doesn’t technically really matter, to be safe stay away from saying those things, come prepared, be ok with talking about money 💰 

You got this! 

I’m creating a $FREE.99 guide all things money (salary negotiation) when it comes to all milestones to your career. 

Comment “VIP” and I’ll add you to the waiting list for when that’s ready in January. 

This resource comes with 10yrs of experience negotiating salary on both sides of the table, negotiating base, benefits, titles, vacations, equity, and more. 

It’s gonna be LIT 🔥 

Drop “VIP” in the comments and you’ll be added to the waiting list.

@careersinreview the secret to negotiation when it comes to your salary…

Is, there is no secret.

Those “comments” truly don’t matter.

Could they hurt you a bit if you’re in a conversation with a really experienced recruiter? Maybe.

Sometimes good recruiters (the truly good ones) only want to know the number that will make you happy.

But the tricky part is hard for you as the job seeker to know who are the good ones.

So I get it, let’s prepare you for the scenario where you’d get someone who might want to get you for cheaper 😣

Yes, you shouldn’t volunteer how much you currently make.

So here is how you can safely navigate this:

🔥give a range, a big one, and take advantage of total compensation talk.

✨it’s not all about base salary, so when you give a number and if it feels too big for you be sure to mention at the end “total compensation”

👏🏻salary negotiations are very personal because it’s going depend on how much reliable information you have and how much leverage you actually have at the time of negotiation.

So although it doesn’t technically really matter, to be safe stay away from saying those things, come prepared, be ok with talking about money 💰

You got this!

I’m creating a $FREE.99 guide all things money (salary negotiation) when it comes to all milestones to your career.

Comment “VIP” and I’ll add you to the waiting list for when that’s ready in January.

This resource comes with 10yrs of experience negotiating salary on both sides of the table, negotiating base, benefits, titles, vacations, equity, and more.

It’s gonna be LIT 🔥

Drop “VIP” in the comments and you’ll be added to the waiting list.
...

✨the job market continues to be dumpster fire 🔥 

And the career advice I see continues to be less reliable.

The more “clickbait” and outrageous the claim the more likely it is that is not true. 

Some jobs might not make it to a job board but that would be the very minority of the cases not 80% 

Adding the job description in white font to your resume is an old trick that has now been picked up by recruiters, not a risk you should be taking. 

You can reach out to recruiters and HMs, do it strategically, apply for the role first, you need to comply with the rules. They can’t consider you if you’re not an official candidate. 

#career #careersearch #jobsearch #hiddenjobmarket #jobmarket #careersucess #careercoachingonline #careercoaching #careergoals

✨the job market continues to be dumpster fire 🔥

And the career advice I see continues to be less reliable.

The more “clickbait” and outrageous the claim the more likely it is that is not true.

Some jobs might not make it to a job board but that would be the very minority of the cases not 80%

Adding the job description in white font to your resume is an old trick that has now been picked up by recruiters, not a risk you should be taking.

You can reach out to recruiters and HMs, do it strategically, apply for the role first, you need to comply with the rules. They can’t consider you if you’re not an official candidate.

#career #careersearch #jobsearch #hiddenjobmarket #jobmarket #careersucess #careercoachingonline #careercoaching #careergoals
...

I can’t believe I’m going to say this…

But you have the right to walk away, repeat after me, you have the right to walk away!

A lot of career content creators (myself included) talk about the things you should avoid as a job seeker so you don’t show red flags to your future employer.

But what should you do when the employer is the one showing the red flags? 

Here is what you can say when you’re encounter with these scenarios:

🚩Not sharing salary after multiple attempts: “unfortunately I’m unable to continue in the process without understanding the compensation structure and salary range being offered for the role…”

🚩Illegal questions: “I rather focused on talking about the professional aspect of my background and joe my skills can serve this role…” 

🚩Lengthly projects (not compensated): “here is a sample portfolio of my work which will showcase the exact same skills and will answer the same questions as the project proposed for this project.”

🚩Exploding offer: “I understand the urgency here, I’d appreciate reasonable time to evaluate the offer in writing and review so I know I’m ma liking an educated decision”

🚩no shows or too many reschedules:”unfortunately it appears this role might not be ready to be filled at this time, I’ll be withdrawing my application from consideration.

I’m working on something super exciting to help you prep for your interviews if you want first dibs follow the instructions below. 

Comment the word “GUIDE” and I’ll send you the pdf with preliminary information, once you sign up you’ll be the first to know when the new resource come out 🤪 

#interviews #interviewtips #interviewquestions #interviewskills #interviewprep #jobinterviewquestions #jobinterviewtips #jobinterviews #jobinterview #careertipsdaily #careertalk

I can’t believe I’m going to say this…

But you have the right to walk away, repeat after me, you have the right to walk away!

A lot of career content creators (myself included) talk about the things you should avoid as a job seeker so you don’t show red flags to your future employer.

But what should you do when the employer is the one showing the red flags?

Here is what you can say when you’re encounter with these scenarios:

🚩Not sharing salary after multiple attempts: “unfortunately I’m unable to continue in the process without understanding the compensation structure and salary range being offered for the role…”

🚩Illegal questions: “I rather focused on talking about the professional aspect of my background and joe my skills can serve this role…”

🚩Lengthly projects (not compensated): “here is a sample portfolio of my work which will showcase the exact same skills and will answer the same questions as the project proposed for this project.”

🚩Exploding offer: “I understand the urgency here, I’d appreciate reasonable time to evaluate the offer in writing and review so I know I’m ma liking an educated decision”

🚩no shows or too many reschedules:”unfortunately it appears this role might not be ready to be filled at this time, I’ll be withdrawing my application from consideration.

I’m working on something super exciting to help you prep for your interviews if you want first dibs follow the instructions below.

Comment the word “GUIDE” and I’ll send you the pdf with preliminary information, once you sign up you’ll be the first to know when the new resource come out 🤪

#interviews #interviewtips #interviewquestions #interviewskills #interviewprep #jobinterviewquestions #jobinterviewtips #jobinterviews #jobinterview #careertipsdaily #careertalk
...

I know y’all don’t want to hear this, but it’s the truth.

Al is not yet the one rejecting or selecting the candidates/ resumes that will move forward.

Because the one company that tried it got sued big time and the technology is not ready for it yet, so it has not happen vet.

So please for the love of god stop believing people that have no experience in hiring, people who have never seen the back end of a hiring applicant system.

The job market is tough right now, so you might doing all the right things and still might not be seeing results, time will be the determining factor here.

#aitools #aihiring #ainews #hiringalert #hiringjobs

I know y’all don’t want to hear this, but it’s the truth.

Al is not yet the one rejecting or selecting the candidates/ resumes that will move forward.

Because the one company that tried it got sued big time and the technology is not ready for it yet, so it has not happen vet.

So please for the love of god stop believing people that have no experience in hiring, people who have never seen the back end of a hiring applicant system.

The job market is tough right now, so you might doing all the right things and still might not be seeing results, time will be the determining factor here.

#aitools #aihiring #ainews #hiringalert #hiringjobs
...

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