Interview? . . . How About the Non-Interview!?

By: pmegan
Of course, we all know what an interview is. If you're in the job market you're convinced this is a strategic part of your job hunting . . . just like a resume. It's the traditional way. We've been doing that way for years.

What if I told you there's a better way. What if I told you that you can dramatically upgrade your chances of getting a good job . . . and a lot quicker . . . if you DON'T go on an interview!

You see, if you're a student of alternative job search strategies, then you already understand that any kind of mass approach through job search websites or mass email or regular mail to hundreds of companies doesn't work. Why? Well, for one thing, your resume doesn't go to the person who is making a hiring decision about you. You're being screened out by a low-level HR employee.

In our ebook, "The Job Entrepreneur," we advise that the very best way to seriously improve your chances of a job is to meet with an employer without him/her identifying you as a job candidate. If an employer's impression of you is based on what's on your resume you just lost. That's because your resume typically represents you the way YOU want to be seen.

But, if an employer has a chance to meet in an environment where he/she is not required to see you as a job seeker, you have the opportunity to develop rapport and chemistry--the two absolutely essential ingredients to any hiring decision. In fact, unless you find a way to establish rapport with your next boss, he/she will never be your next boss.

We know from studies that a hiring decision will never be made in your favor unless or until your next boss likes you. Employers don't hire people they don't like. So I don't care what your resume says, if there's no rapport and chemistry, there's no job!

Now, the good news is that the alternative and non-traditional job search movement shows you exactly how to accomplish. And when you do you'll understand why you can be looking at a job offer in as little as 14 days from now!
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