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Find the Focus for Your Job Hunt

The Jobs and Careers Center of the San Francisco Public Library presents Find the FOCUS for Your Job Hunt

Thursday, July 17, 2014, 6–7:30 p.m.

Are you trying to leave your options opened during your job search? In our work with clients we’ve found the exact opposite to be true. The more you stay open to any opportunity, the less productive your job search is.

With a clear, concise, compelling and competitive target focus, you’ll gain traction and momentum with your search by...

• Feeling more confidence about your skills and experience

• Claiming your direction and getting into action

• Being able to explain what you want to others so they can send you relevant referrals and connections

• Magnetizing attention of network contacts and hiring managers

• Choosing companies you want to focus on

• Finding strategic ways to refine your resume and online profiles to match your career goals

We’ll also show your fastest path to an income producing position!

Carol McClelland, PhD, author of Your Dream Career For Dummies, helps passionate professionals find careers that use their expertise to build a better world.

Rebecca Kieler is a highly-sought after career strategy consultant, with a reputation for offering practical strategies and tactics that enable clients to define and achieve their career goals.

Main Library 100 Larkin St. (at Grove)

Latino/Hispanic Community Meeting Room

Main Library, Lower Level

(415) 557-4277