Even entry-level job seekers possess much more experience than they realize. Part-time and summer jobs, volunteer activities, hobbies, and school-related activities are all sources of transferable skills that are sometimes more important to employers than job-specific experience or training.
Viewers follow four job seekers and learn that various life experiences supply plenty of “first job” skills and abilities; the high value employers place on transferable skills; how to identify, feature, and prove transferable skills to employers; and how first-time and entry-level job seekers with average or below-average grades can “get in the game” too.
Available in DVD format only. 22 minutes. 1999. SPECIAL: 10% discount on 5+ copies.
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