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Where's my Bailout?!

About this Lesson

  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 18:02
  • Media: Video/mp4
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unrestricted
  • Download: MP4
  • Size: 184 MB
  • Posted: 01/30/2009

Looking for a job is a job in itself. It takes time, resources and more than a little bit of patience to find one. In the meantime, the bills keep coming in. Sigh...

In this recorded webinar, 10-year Recruiting veteran Jim Stroud details a job finding strategy that served him well in the 2002 recession and is sure to supercharge your efforts during these credit crunchin', pink-slippin', company closin', 401k droppin', Social Security is a joke, lord, why has thou forsaken me recessionary times.

Although delivered with tongue-in-cheek humor, 'Where's my bailout?' is the type of off-the-job training that will benefit you now and position you for more opportunities later.

About this Author

Jim Stroud
Jim Stroud
4 lessons
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04/30/2008

Jim Stroud is a Social Media Development Manager for EnglishCafe, the premier English learning community for global professionals. Prior to EnglishCafe, Jim Stroud amassed a decade of experience in the Recruiting field. As a self-described "Searchologist," Jim has consulted for such companies as Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens and a host of startup companies.

When not engaged in Recruitment Research, Competitive Intelligence and Training projects for the aforementioned organizations, Jim created and sold two online properties while managing an award-winning blog – The Recruiters Lounge. He is also the producer and co-host of the video series - "I Live Online" and co-host of the...

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