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The following question came up recently in one of my JSAP (Job Search Accelerator Program) group coaching sessions:
“I saw a job I’m perfect for on LinkedIn, but it’s closed. Should I still apply?”
The answer is, “It depends.” Below is a video where I map out what to consider when you see a job that is closed and what steps you can take to make the most of the situation. Any time we see a job we feel we are a match for, we need to do something. But, if it’s closed, the steps we should take become less clear. Until now! Watch my video and I’ll tell you step-by-step what to do.

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If you are struggling to stay positive and motivated in your job search, then I suggest you watch all four videos from my new job search training. This video series is 100% FREE and designed to help you understand what’s going wrong in your job search. WATCH VIDEO NOW ► Image Credit: Shutterstock
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