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Just like you, I used to suffer from chronic job search. The constant look for work and repeated rejection were miserable. I would pour my energy into a cover letter and resume, only to never hear a word from an employer. Then, I'd call in desperation to find out the job was already filled. On the rare occasion I got an interview, I was sure I nailed it. Then I'd find out they picked someone else. It was just miserable. And, I really feel for anyone else putting up with chronic job search. But, you know what? It doesn't have to be this way.

Job Search Solution

You see, one day while I was at a networking event, I had a kind of weird idea about how to solve my chronic job search problem. I decided to scrap the “traditional" job search and start looking for work in a whole new way. The first thing I did was stop looking at job postings! Then, I told myself I would never spend hours wasting my time on any other unproductive, reactive, demoralizing job search techniques again. I vowed to stop being a helpless employee seeking a big, strong employer to take care of me. Instead, I decided to become a business-of-one. And as the owner of my business, I committed to finding the most effective and time-efficient way to market my business to employers. So, I tried it to see what would happen. And, much to my surprise... it worked! In fact, it worked so quickly I almost thought it was a fluke. But, it wasn't a fluke. It DOES work. And, I believe it can eliminate your chronic job search problem, too. But hurry. Right now this job search program is priced low. That won't be the case forever. Use the button below to learn more.
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