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You Will Succeed in Your Job and Job Search When You Are Concerned With Giving and Not Taking

by admin on April 6, 2009

EmploymentScape Chief Executive Officer, Harrison Barnes discusses the importance of focusing entirely on your employer’s needs in order to succeed in your job and job search.

A relationship with an employer is quite similar to any other relationship. In maintaining any relationship, you need to understand the other person’s needs. You need to concentrate more on giving than taking. Likewise, at work, you need to be more focused on your employer’s interest than your own. When you are applying for jobs and interviewing, you need to put yourself in the employer’s shoes. This will take you places and will give you the level of satisfaction you want out of your work relationship.

Also, during your interview or the hiring process, you need to show your employer that you are eager to start work immediately. Hearing that an employer needs help immediately and wanting to help and contribute now will determine your commitment toward your job and will get you hired sooner.

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