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CAFE TAC Presents: So You’re Ready to Work, Now What? - Shared screen with speaker view
Misako Miyagawa
13:09
Isn't this session 2 of 10?
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
15:17
There are 12 topics, with a webinar and a discussion session for each topic.
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
17:59
You can find all of the topics, recordings and resources at https://cafetacenter.net/cafe-tac-presents-so-youre-ready-to-work-now-what/
Misako Miyagawa
23:50
Pls spell the name of the host who is speaking.
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
24:11
Elise Padilla
Misako Miyagawa
24:38
TY
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
32:45
https://choosework.ssa.gov/
John Ferrone
33:41
Traditional job market is when businesses, agencies, organizations, etc. post the position somewhere (website, newspaper, trade magazine, job board, etc.) Non-traditional typically means jobs that are not posted, and the reason they are not posted is because they may or may not exist, or they have not been posted, yet--and by networking you're able to put yourself in front of someone and when they meet you, they think of a job you could do for them.
John Ferrone
36:45
Honestly, people have learned to be two different people: live and in person, and online. And employers have learned this. So, employers routinely do searches and try to match up your online personality with your in-person personality. It might not seem fair, but consider this: employers are not only looking for the right person, but they are just as aggressively trying to weed out candidates for whatever reason they can find.
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
40:45
That's completely normal!
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
41:05
Practicing in the mirror or with a friend can really help
Misako Miyagawa
42:01
Elise's email address? For phone-script examples, other questions.
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
42:46
elise@rebelleadershipgroup.com
Misako Miyagawa
43:20
TY
John Ferrone
48:55
Information interviewing...
John Ferrone
51:23
Paula... "Hi, so and so, I am currently exploring the role of XYZ and I wanted to see if I could speak with you about this role. It would be just an information interview, and I wouldn't need longer than 20 minutes."
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
54:56
That is an organization called "Dress for Success"
Jeremy - CAFE TAC
55:31
You might just search for organizations that support people looking for work in your community.
John Ferrone
56:03
YWCA's typically have professional closets/stores to help you dress for your work.
John Ferrone
01:00:22
Job searching and starting a company as an entrepreur have many similarities. Don't be afraid to think about starting your own company.
Misako Miyagawa
01:02:55
TY. Terrific info