Easy Ways to Kick Your Job Search Into High Gear - HIREDTexas Job Club Can Help You Beat the Holiday Slump

Don't fall for the myth that you can't get hired during the holidays. The truth is that many employers need to fill open jobs before the end of the year, and need to speed up the process due to the holidays. HIREDTexas offers many opportunities for job seekers to kick their job search into high gear and land a job before the year end.

Round Rock, TX, November 28, 2016 --(PR.com)-- HIREDTexas Job Club, a nonprofit, volunteer-led organization established to assist Round Rock area job seekers, has announced the topics to be presented at their weekly meetings in December. Their message is to keep networking and don’t fall for the myth that you can’t get hired during the holiday. The number one way to get hired is through networking. The weekly networking meetings are free for anyone currently in a job transition or contemplating making a change. Meetings are held at Grace Presbyterian Church located at 1705 Gattis School Road in Round Rock, TX 78664.

Information on speakers and topics for the month of December is listed on the HIREDTexas website.

December 6 – Key Legal Documents Everyone Needs
December 13 – 30 Minute Job Search Primer
December 20 – Earn Money Without Leaving Your House
December 27 – Public Speaking With Confidence

HIREDTexas offers weekly meetings featuring expert speakers in job search and related fields. Job seekers can network with talented peers and learn valuable tips for career transition. Newcomers are shown available resources to improve their job search strategies.

Another way to ramp up your job search is by learning a new skill. HIREDTexas offers a variety of learning opportunities to improve job skills with free classes in Microsoft Office Suite products. Laptops are available for use in the classes.

Pursuing a special interest or volunteering also increases your job search potential. HIREDTexas volunteers lead small group forums focused on job search skills, networking, health, and professional interests. Ask about other available volunteer opportunities.

Employers with job openings can contact info@hiredtexas.org to place a free job posting.

About HIREDTexas
HIREDTexas traces its start to the Great Recession in 2009. In 2012, the group was granted 501(c)(3) status by the Internal Revenue Service. Weekly networking meetings and forums to enhance interviewing skills, improved personal branding and online profiles are part of the services available to area unemployed individuals. Those interested in volunteering or sponsoring can contact: info@hiredtexas.org.
Silvia Pendleton
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