What To Do When You're Missing Skills Requirements

Often times, job seekers will tell me they found a job they are certain they are qualified for. However, they're missing skills requirements. In today's competitive job market, many employers want you to be a 100% match for the job before they'll even consider you. It's a tough scenario you must navigate properly, or face disqualification due to lack of the skill listed. What should you do? Well, watch this video and find out!


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