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Nearly 60% of hires in 2011 came from external sources (as opposed to internal transfers and promotions) - a 10% increase over the two years prior. The uptick is promising for job seekers on the outside, though, with an unemployment rate of 8.3%, competition remains fierce. You are personally invited to watch a complimentary webinar (recording above) which will take you step-by-step through the job search process. From the moment you decide to look for jobs to the moment you depart the in-person interview, this webinar has it all. In this webinar Ian Siegel, founder and CEO of ZipRecruiter.com, walks job seekers through the steps of getting hired FAST. Key topics include:


  • Four things to do before you start applying
  • How to find the right jobs to apply to
  • How to get your application noticed
  • Tips for acing the interview
Watch the video below now!

Presenter's Bio

Ian Siegel is the CEO of ZipRecruiter.com, a web-based platform that distributes job listings to over 25 of the web’s leading job boards and social networks with a single submission. Prior to launching ZipRecruiter, Ian held executive product and technology roles at several early-stage to mid-size startups, including CitySearch, Stamps.com, Rent.com, and Pictage. He and his co-founders started ZipRecruiter as a side venture before taking it full-time in 2010. Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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