Must-Have Job Seeker Quality in 2012

What are employers really looking for? Is it skills? Experience? Personality? All of the above? Well, yes, it is all of those things - and something more. You see, during the early stages of an economic recovery (Good news, we are slowing getting to one!), companies need a very specific type of person. They hire this profile as a way to help get the company’s mo-jo back. Join Career Expert, J.T. O’Donnell for a closer look at what this profile is. On her weekly show, JT on Jobs, O’Donnell will explore the attributes of this type of talent. More importantly, she’ll share what you need to do to convey to hiring managers you are this type of talent!


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