Springfield, MO

The job search cheat sheet

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Click here for tips to be successful at your job hunt

Leigh Ann Campbell, Senior Strategic HR Business Partner, and Megan Trower, Manager of Talent Management at American National both give some great tips to folks on the hunt for a job. Leigh Ann advises folks looking for a job to match their skills to available jobs, think about what industry or type of job interests them, and to network at all times.

Megan flips the coin and shares what recruiters are looking for in prospective hires. Things like making sure the info on your resume matches the job for which you’re applying, being timely and professional, and being responsive to communications all make a difference. They also discuss the impact that social media has had on finding new employees.


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