Minimize the “Resume Black Hole” When Applying for Jobs Using These Tools
Many job seekers feel overwhelmed in their search, or don’t feel like they’re making progress. Minimize that by having daily or weekly ‘Job Search Action Items’ where you’re taking even small measures towards your overall goal of finding a new satisfying career. One tool we’ve found that helps you capture your action items and also provides advice is called Job Search Power Meter .
By Erica Woods, Manager of Contractor and Community Relations, and
Chelsea Derr, Apex Career Coach
I used it when I was looking, and being an engineer, it was critical to maintaining my day to day outlook. It gave me a way to “score” my day to day activities. In my roles, I have always been accountable for metrics or KPIs—this app became the way I measured myself in my search. It also helped me to focus on the higher value/higher return actions—networking vs online applications.
Operations and Supply Chain Executive.
Reviewed in What Color Is Your Parachute? 2017
"Executing a successful job search is tedious and often discouraging work, so staying on target is critical to your success. Marshall Karp’s Job Search Power Meter will keep you focused on productive job search activities that develop leads and generate job interviews."
Martin Yate CPC
NY Times Bestseller
Executive Resume Writer, Executive Career Coach
The Job Search Power will track your progress towards getting a new job. You will feel better everyday knowing you are moving toward your new job.