How to Start a Job Club

The story of one job seeker isn't nearly as exciting as the efforts of eight to 12 people who've opted to join together to find work. Once you have your rhythm down as a group, you might contact your local radio station, TV news desk, print columnist or blogger to share the best practices of your Job Club. The goal of the potential publicity is to catch the attention of local business owners, hiring managers or anyone else who might be in a position to hire -- or who knows someone in a position to hire.


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And, of course, we want to know about your weekly progress too. Even though the ultimate goal is to get hired, share the mini successes too, such as setting up informational meetings, securing interviews, making new contacts and so on.

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