Have you ever applied for a job you didnt get, and wondered why? Was it something you said in the interview, or  Countless job seekers do not know the first thing about the process of job searching. The objective is to convince a prospective employer to hire them. The question is why dont job seekers learn the process before starting their job search?

This is a very important process, so why do so many people approach it in a lazy manner? Yes, that is right, I said lazy. You might counter this statement by saying, “I read the paper and the online postings every day and reply to as many of the opportunities as possible. How can you call that lazy?”

You may be going through the motions, but have you taken the time to learn the nuances of a job search? Learning about job search and applying that knowledge takes more common sense. An average person can stand out from the competition by applying what they learn about the good ways to job search.

That is what this guide is all about. It is divided into six sections with the emphasis on the interview process. If you follow the program and work at the process you will greatly increase chances of finding and winning your next employment opportunity.

The vast majority of books written about interview questions are geared toward helping the candidate prepare for the potential employers questions. There is little written on what questions candidates should ask potential employers.

The fact that you are embarking on reading this indicates that you are above average. You have the desire to stand out and be the successful job seeker in the shortest time possible. You are not intimidated by taking the extra steps.

The perfect job is out there waiting for you. This guide will help you get there.