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Finding Work In A Competitive Market

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LOOKING FOR A JOB IS A DIFFICULT JOB! It requires one to work day in and day out to find work. It is called the “Competitive Market” for a reason. There is an enormous amount of competition, even for entry-level jobs. Recently, McDonald’s had a national hiring day to employ over 50,000 new associates. Hundreds of thousands of people showed up to get these jobs. Most were not managerial positions, but crew member positions and the competition was enormous. There were adults with an extensive work history that were competing for these jobs that high school students usually acquire as first-time employment opportunities. In today’s economic climate, it is unreasonable to think that you’re going to find work right away. Some people are looking for a job who have advanced degrees with 15-20 years of experience, and they can’t find work. Many of them have been looking for more than a year. It is essential for individuals, particularly those with limited work experience and education to know that IT IS going to take a while to find a job. So you have to look hard and work at your job search daily.

PTP HAS THE SOLUTION! Our one on one job search support will give clients the assistance they need to FIND A REAL PAYING JOB. We help you prepare for your job search and interview. A career coach will help you find where the opportunities are so you can compete with the competition. But, you have to keep going and work at it daily. Remember, never give up!

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As the Communications Coordinator, Victoria VanZant works with management to produce and coordinate messaging for web, print, and other marketing material. Victoria develops and implements outreach programs, implements public relations plans, and achieves publicity for our various projects and services. Ms. VanZant researches media outlets and develops media planning to assist management in creating advertisement programs and deciding the best course of action for media buying schedules and outlets.
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