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About the Video Series

© 2015   |   Video programs are 25 minutes long

This ten-part program takes job seekers step-by-step through every phase of the job search, plus keeping the job! The series teaches how to identify what you want in a job, find the job in less time, interview effectively, negotiate pay and benefits, keep that job, and move up.

Featured career experts include JIST authors Laurence Shatkin, Susan Whitcomb, Katy Piotrowski, Wendy Enelow, John Liptak, Jean Baur, Vicki Salemi, Sandra Naiman, and Laverne Ludden. Throughout informative interviews, these experts reveal self-directed strategies for finding jobs, balancing work and life, tapping into little-known resources that can speed up a career transition, and more.

Each video in the series is available individually or as a complete set.

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Videos in the Series

Introduction: Getting the Life You Really Want, Sixth Edition

In this video, job seekers learn how their career decisions will affect their life. The program asks questions about goals, choices, and lifestyles that job seekers might not have considered, while introducing the other videos in the series.

Getting to Know What an Employer Wants, Sixth Edition

In this video, job seekers discover the skills, attitudes, and personality traits that all employers expect of their workers, regardless of industry. Job seekers will learn to understand the job search process from the employer's point of view.

Getting to Know Your Skills, Sixth Edition

This program helps job seekers identify their skills, emphasize those skills throughout the job search, and communicate about those skills while interviewing with employers.

Getting to Know Your Job Objective, Sixth Edition

This video discusses the most important points to consider when forming a job objective. This video helps job seekers think about their career preferences and rank them in order of importance.

Getting Organized to Find a Job, Sixth Edition

In this video, viewers learn the importance of getting organized before beginning a job search. Job seekers will learn about job applications and how to get organized.

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Videos in the Series

Getting a Job with Traditional and Nontraditional Job Search Methods, Sixth Edition

This video introduces job seekers to the most common ways that people find jobs, from responding to online ads to calling employers to simply asking familiar people if they can help.

Getting and Using Your Resume, Cover Letter, Portfolio and JIST Card, Sixth Edition

This video covers the purpose and value of resumes, cover letters, portfolios, and other job search materials. It gives job seekers suggestions for making the most of those documents and suggests resources for even more help.

Getting a Positive Response in Each of the Seven Interview Phases, Sixth Edition

In this video, job seekers discover the seven phases of the job interview and how to succeed in each one.

Getting Good Answers to Tough Interview Questions, Sixth Edition

This video focuses on the trickiest part of the interview process: answering questions. Job seekers will learn a time-tested method for answering any interview question. Then job seekers are walked through the process of answering the 10 questions that most frequently cause job candidates trouble.

Getting to Keep the Job You Find, Sixth Edition

This video gives practical, time-tested advice for succeeding on the job and meeting employers' expectations. Viewers even learn the best way to leave a job when a better job opportunity comes along.

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Key Features

  • Reinforces instruction on virtually any job search topic.
  • Programs are available individually or as a complete set.
  • Available on DVD or online.
  • Includes free administrator's guides.
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