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5 rules to test for the best job opportunities

In the May 8, 2018 Ask The Headhunter Newsletter, a reader reveals how he identifies the best job opportunities by applying for fewer jobs. Question I’d like your opinion about how I choose employers and jobs to apply to. Does my approach make sense to you? When I encounter a job I’m interested in, I don’t apply, I don’t send out my resume on spec, and I don’t write cover letters highlighting relevant experience or how well I might do the job. I don’t sell myself at all. Instead, when I learn about an opportunity, I follow up with simple


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Take a baseball bat and trash all the routers, shout out "IT'S A NETWORK PROBLEM NOW, SUCKERS!" and then peel out of the parking lot in your Ferrari.
"The world could perish if people only worked on things that were easy to handle." -- Vladimir Savchenko
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Re: ASK THE HEADHUNTER 5 rules to test for the best job opportunities
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2018, 09:12:06 AM »
Good questions to ask. Basically, if they can't be bothered to answer them, they can't be bothered to run a company with good internal opportunities. You might take the job anyway, but at least you'll know what to expect.
Take a baseball bat and trash all the routers, shout out "IT'S A NETWORK PROBLEM NOW, SUCKERS!" and then peel out of the parking lot in your Ferrari.
"The world could perish if people only worked on things that were easy to handle." -- Vladimir Savchenko
Вопросы есть? Вопросов нет! | BCEB: Belkin Certified Expert Baffler | "Plan B is Plan A with an element of panic." -- John Clarke
Accounting is architecture, remember that!