Do you want to become a Data Analyst?
Overview of the steps and a brief explanation of each.
STEP 1 FINDING WHAT YOU LOVE TO DO
Methods to figuring out what that is.
Popular sites to research jobs that make people happiest that also pay well.
?Link to ebooks that have commissions. Free ebooks.
STEP 2 MAKING SURE YOU’RE QUALIFIED
Education – links for educational resources to get said job.
What are online courses?
?Affiliate education signups?
STEP 3 YOUR RESUME
Different methods for resumes.
Many different version of your resume. Targeted toward a job description.
Put yourself in the shoes of the hirer, what do you want to see? Certifications? Qualifications, experience. If you’re resume is over a page, don’t put things on there that aren’t directly relatable to the job.
?Services that will review your resume. Fiverr have an affiliate program? ODesk?
Your online presence
Google yourself, use public view (not personalized)
Log out of all your social accounts, browse in private mode to see what the public can see.
?Affiliate SERVICES OUT THERE TO MONITOR YOUR ONLINE presence?
Step 4 APPLY
Your network. Tell all your friends. Hiding what you are doing from your boss? Tell only close friends
Find your dream company – find people that work there and contact them for advice and/or reference.
?Affiliate – LinkedIn PRO subscription? Benefits?
Where to look
For certain roles: consider using a recruiter.
Pros: find jobs that aren’t listed
Doesn’t cost anything (finder’s fee charged to hiring company).
They ask the hard questions for you
They keep pushing, moving things along
They negotiate for you, they get paid more the more you get paid, to its also in their best interest to get you the highest paying job.
Cons: Not all companies with job postings will work with recruiters. Your dream company may not talk to any recruiters because they don’t want to pay the headhunter fee.
They’re annoying, they call and call and call. Some, good recruiting firms are smart and get it, but others push jobs on you you’ don’t want. Stick to your guns. Don’t
?Recruiter agencies with Affiliate links. Robert Half.
Where do I look??
Depends on the industry. IT – Dice.com. High paying, Ladders.com (affiliate?)
CareerBuilder, Monster, Indeed, Craigslist
Applying. Keeping track of everything.
Cover letters. What to have in cover letter that is not in the resume. Custom cover letters.
Step 5: Interviews:
Types of interviews and their purpose.
1st interview on phone – HR. HR is likely screening to make sure you’re a good culture fit and there aren’t any immediate disqualifiers such as difference in pay expectations, misfit
2nd interview with hiring manager, possible boss, bosses boss.
They’ll be asking specific quesitons relating to
Common questions and why they’re asked. How to answer them.
Common industry specific questions, why they’re asked, how to answer them.
How to bring your portfolio. Bring a laptop? What do I bring?
What do I wear?
Get their contact info.
Thank you card
Handwritten email card Tip, have card ready to write on in the car after the interview. Pre stamped. Drop in mailbox near where you interviewed.
Phone interview, email follow up.
In person interview with important people, hand written follow up to everyone.
Call follow up (Don’t recommend). Hiring person is very busy. Can’t keep everyone straight, definitely won’t remember you via voice on the phone. Puts them in an awkward position on the phone, could actually turn them off. I actually had this happen with one candidate I was on the fence with. He emailed me several times and left me phone messages. I eventually asked the receptionist to send his calls to voicemail while the hiring process was still going.