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Expanded Olympic Job Search Metaphor

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As I indicated in a previous post, I was going to expand upon the metaphor of comparing your job search to the level of athletic competition at the Olympics.

Is your Job Search like competing at the Olympics?

You can view this blog post titled, "Are You Competing at an Olympic Level in Your Job Search?"on our Career and Job Search Blog.

I also wrote an earlier article on this idea of Olympic level preparation and planning for the big event -- your job search (although at the time I didn't call it Olympic preparation). Instead, I described how most job seekers keep landing back at Square One due to inadequate job search plans and preparation. That blog post title is "Job Search is Taking Longer - Duh!"

Barry Deutsch

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Barry Deutsch

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Barry Deutsch is a founding Partner of IMPACT Hiring Solutions, co-author of "You're NOT the Person I Hired", and "This is NOT the Position I Accepted". Barry is an award-winning international speaker, retained executive recruiter, and expert on hiring and retaining top talent, and executive job search.

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