Robert J. Gerberg Jr: Connect You to the Unpublished and Published Job Market
Robert J. Gerberg Jr. the CEO of AJN is a respected leader involved in pioneering service businesses that are technologically based to operate virtually in the modern economy. He bears great insight about the current employment trends making him a reliable resource on matters concerning careers and staffing. Furthermore, Mr. Gerberg has been quoted in many leading online and print publications.
Finding the job you are looking for:
The record high unemployment levels and more than 35 million people circulating resumes Robert J. Gerberg, is helping many professionals find the jobs they are looking for. Mr. Gerberg advises job seekers to learn how to connect with the unpublished and published job market. The published opportunities account for 50 percent of all the opportunities. These opportunities can be accessed in magazines, newspapers, recruiter websites, job boards and Meta search engines.
Meanwhile, the private or unpublished opportunities can be discovered in several ways, including key employers, board members, venture capitalists and emerging markets. Furthermore, expanded networks with executives and influential alumni can open doors in industries and companies of interest. Discovering leads that signal emerging jobs can also pave way for lucrative employment opportunities. Meanwhile, submitting your credentials with key employers, recruiters, venture capitalists and board member is likely to land you a job.
Helping job seekers overcome possible mistake:
According to Robert J. Gerberg the majority of talented and marketable job seekers are not conducting their searches properly, thus the high unemployment levels. In a new book available in leading book store, “The Professional job Changing System” challenges readers how to go about a successful job search.
Robert J. Gerberg Jr.has been careful to elaborate on some of the major mistakes made by job seekers. Many of the seekers fail to take the initiative of discovering enough suitable openings. Furthermore, people make the mistake of using old-style resumes that are no longer effective in the current job market. Moreover, many job seekers fail to discover emerging jobs while others fail to check for opportunities in unpublished sources.
In addition, Mr. Gerberg faults job seekers for depending on traditional job searching techniques and failing to have in place a plan. Another mistake often made by job a seeker is that of failing to effectively sell their transferable skills; they end up emphasizing were they have worked. Others fail to discover exciting industry options available in the job market and ways of minimizing their liabilities. Appearing average during an interview also plays out in many occasions, leading to many Job seekers missing opportunities.
AJN has also facilitated a 25-minutes online video for free to help job seekers handle these points of mistake.