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Learn How You Can Connect With The Right Employer For You



Employer can mean many things. Certainly it means the person you work for. The person you report to directly.

But - Have you ever thought about how this can include their employers? On up the line to the board of directors? The owner? The actual industry/field? And always - everybody's ultimate employer - customers?

See how many people depend on you? See how important it is to really think about where you work and for whom?

By the time you finish reading this page you'll have access to information dealing with such issues as:

Understanding where you will find your best employers
Finding out about employers
Knowing what employers want

Learn the secrets successful people use to find the right employer.

In Choosing the Right Employer, you first need to have an understanding about what you really want to do to earn your living.

What field or industry will give you the chance to do what really interests you and makes use of your talents and skills? Which companies have the corporate belief systems that match your own personal beliefs? Which companies will offer you the chance to get ahead?

Take time to research this information so you can make an informed choice. Go to your local library. Log on to the Internet. Talk to your friends and family.

Who are these people and what do they want?

Employers are people first. Just like you. The only difference is in the world of work. They're the ones who hire and train people to fill work positions. For their employers.

Are you just entering the workforce? Are you already working with your chosen company but hoping to advance your position? Take time to find out what employers want.

(What employers want is covered in more detail on the What Employers Seek page, in this section)

Are you thinking about going into business for yourself? You'll still have employers, (they will be your customers). Take time to find out what your customers want.

Bottom line ...

To get what you want you need to give others what they want.

The links below provide access to the other main portions of this website:

Balancing Business With Homelife
Dead End Work Positions
Employer Contracts
Employer History
Experience
Health Care
Integrity vs. Dubious Means
References
Seeing Both Sides
What Employers Seek



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