Resources for Experienced Candidates, Career Changers and DISPLACED WORKERS
Resources for Experienced Candidates
The average modern employee remains at a company for less than 10 years. With that being the case, experienced candidates constantly find themselves competing with younger job seekers for employment. These younger candidates bring new ideas and less dependency on benefits. This can seem to be a daunting task to compete against for experienced job seekers. Career Development Services is committed to assist job seekers customize their job search strategy for today’s competitive job market-from creating strong effective resumes, application materials, and to polishing interview and networking skills.
Resume and Cover Letter Tips for Experienced Candidates
Additional Resources for Experienced Candidates
For a successful career change/transition, job seekers must evaluate their skills/abilities, interests and values to find a career match. Below are some resources to assist you through this process.
Worker ReEmployment is your one-stop site for employment, training and financial help after a layoff.
I Lost My Job
Includes job loss recovery resources such as coping with job loss, getting started with a job search, starting a resume or updating your current resume, and more.
Questions? Contact Career Development Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 352-323-3603.