Kettle Falls, WA, October 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- A job-seeker’s reputation has always played an important role in job-hunting, but never as much as in today’s job market.
Job Action Day (JobActionDay.com), the fifth annual event spearheaded by Quintessential Careers, taking place on Monday, Nov. 5th, focuses on how job-seekers should build and enhance their reputations.
“In today’s terms, a job-seeker’s reputation is his or her personal career brand,” said Quintessential Careers Founder and Publisher Dr. Randall S. Hansen. “And this year’s theme for Job Action Day is helping job-seekers move their careers and job searches forward by building and enhancing their personal career brands.”
“Job Action Day is a day to make time to focus on your career and your job-search -- and take action,” Hansen said. “Our goal is to provide insightful advice from some of the top career-branding experts – and we’ll do so in articles, tips, and blog postings.”
Given the current economic climate, emerging changes in employment practices, and the growth of the Web and social media, job-seekers must be proactive in promoting an image – a reputation – a brand – that resonates with employers, Hansen adds.
On Nov. 5, job-seekers can go the Job Action Day Website and plan their next career steps.
About Quintessential Careers: For more than 15 years, this comprehensive career development site has been empowering job-seekers of all ages find their ideal careers and jobs. With more than 5,200 pages of content -- from articles, quizzes, and tutorials -- Quintessential Careers offers visitors no-cost content that can improve their lives.
About Randall S. Hansen, Ph.D.; Randall Hansen is the founder and publisher of Quintessential Careers, and has been involved in the career industry for more than 20 years.